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Full text of "Virginia colonial militia, 1651-1776"

"LI E> RA R.Y 

OF THE 
UN IVE.R.SITY 
OF ILLINOIS 



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1954 



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IDirgtnia 
Colonial flfotlitia 

1661 - 1776 

EDITED BY 

HOUUtam Brmatrona Croster 




Baltimore 
Southern Book Co. 

1954 



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OR many years past, and especially since the 
establishment of the various Patriotic Societies, 
research amongst the records of Colonial Vir- 
ginia has been fraught with many obstacles, the 
most important being the destruction of county 
records. This, of course, is irremediable. The second difficulty 
is the fact, that all printed data on the subject is contained in 
many volumes and pamphlets, which can only be found in a 
few of the largest libraries. 

Knowing, from personal experience, the great value of a 
work that would contain, in one or two volumes, not only the 
best of what has already appeared, but new material as well, I 
have hesitated to attempt that which so many others were 
more eminently qualified to perform. Finding, however, that 
patience was not in this case bringing its own reward, I have 
taken the initiative, and, while fully conscious of its many short- 
comings, have placed before the public this initial volume of 
data relative to the Virginia Colonial Militia. 

I would refer those who may be desirous of studying in 
extenso Lord Dunmore's War — the participants in which, on the 
Colonial side, were soon to turn their military experience 
against the mother country — to the "Documentary History of 
Dunmore's War," so ably edited by Reuben Gold Thwaites, LL.D. 

Wm. Armstrong Crozier 
a 209 West 84th Street 

New York City 
November /, ipoj 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2012 with funding from 

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign 



http://archive.org/details/virginiacolonialOOcroz 



Contents 

Land Bounty Certificates 9 

Militia Rosters in Hening's Statutes at Large . 58 

Lord Dunmore's War 79 

Militia at the Battle of Point Pleasant ... 88 

Augusta County Militia in 1742 91 

Miscellaneous County Rosters 95 

Militia Officers in 1680 103 

Militia Officers in 1699 105 

Volunteer Cavalry Association 107 

Rosters of the Virginia Regiment 108 

Spotsylvania County Order Books 122 

Index of Counties 131 

General Index 133 



Land Bounty Certificates 

FOR SERVICE IN THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WARS. 



For participation in the wars of the Colony of Virginia against the 
French and Indians, and for service rendered by the Militia in defence of the 
frontiers, the King's Proclamation of 1763 granted certain amounts of land. 

The amount given to field officers was 5,000 acres ; to captains, 3,000 acres ; 
to subalterns or staff officers, 2,000 acres ; to non-commissioned officers, 200 
acres ; to privates, 50 acres. 

The Original Warrants or Certificates of the subjoined abstracts are to 
be found in two MMS. Volumes, deposited in the State Land Office, Rich- 
mond, Va. 

The original spelling of proper and Christian names has been strictly 
adhered to. It has not been thought necessary to print the original Pro- 
clamation of 1763, which may be found in Hening's Statutes at Large of 
Virginia, Vol. VII., Appendix. 

CERTIFICATES. 

Alexr. Fowler, as assignee to Lieut. George Brooke ; served in Capt. 
Marcus Rankin's Company, under command of Major Gen. Sir John Irwin, 
Col. of His Majesty's late 74th Regt. of Foot. At Court held for Yohogania 
Co., Mar. 24, 1780. 

Alexr. Fowler, assignee of Lieut. Henry Dal way, who served in Capt. 
Alexr. Rigby's Co., under command of Sir John Irwin, etc., 74th Regt. of 
Foot. Yohogania Co., Mar. 24, 1780. 

John Fleming served as Lieut, in Col. Francis' Battalion of Penna. troops 
in Capt. Kern's company of Light Horse. Monongalia Co. Court, Mar. 14, 
1780. 

Discharge from Adam Stephen, Col. in the Va. Regt., to James Roe, 
soldier in Capt. Mordecai Buckner's company of Va. At Fort Lewis, Feb. 
23, 1762. 

Doctor Thomas Lloyd, engaged in company of Rangers in July, 1755, 
under command of Capt. Wm. Preston, and served until company was dis- 
banded in June, 1756 ; acting as surgeon to that and other companies, etc. ; 
engaged a second time in company of Rangers under Preston, June, 1757, 
and continued therein on the frontiers of Augusta until May, 1759, when 
company was disbanded ; acting as surgeon in said company and the neigh- 



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Coring companies of Rangers in garrison, etc. , all without pay. Botetourt 
Co. Court, 1780. 

Alexr. Fowler, Lieut, in Capt. Hy. Peyton's company under command 
of Major Gen. Sir John Irwin, commanding 74th Regt. of Foot in America, 
from 1758 to Dec. 7, 1763. Yohogania Co. Court, Mar. 24, 1780. 

Jno. Nash, Sergt. seven and one-half years in Capt. Hy. Woodward's 
company, Col. Washington's Regt. in the last French war. Cumberland Co. 
Court, Mar. 27, 1780. 

Jno. Vachob, soldier in Capt. Wm. Preston's company of Rangers in the 
late war, Great Britain and France, 1758. Augusta Co. Court, Mar. 21, 1780. 

John Davis, Sergt. in Capt. Wm. Preston's company of Rangers in 1758. 
Oreenbrier Co. Court, May 17, 1780. 

Wm. Evans, artificer in a detachment of the Royal train of Artillery 
commanded by Capt. David Hays in America, from 1758 to 1760. Yohogania 
Co. Court, Mar. 24, 1780. 

Wm. Maxey, soldier in the last Indian war in 1760, served 6 months 
under Capt. James Gunn. Buckingham Co. Court, Nov. 8, 1779. 

Wm. Long, Lieut, in Virginia service entitled to 2,000 acres of land, and 
<Lesires to locate same in Western Waters in Fincastle Co. (Signed) Dun- 
more, Jan. 31, 1774. 

Essex to wit. John Baughan made oath that his brother James Baughan 
served as a soldier in the last war in a regiment raised for immediate defense 
of the state " above twenty years ago, until same was disbanded." 

John Stuart, assignee and administrator of Joseph Donnelson, deceased, 
made oath that said Donnelson served as Ensign in 1st Virginia Regiment, 
commanded by Wm. Byrd, until same was disbanded. Greenbrier Co. Court, 
Mar. 22, 1783. 

Wm. Preston, Captain of a company of Rangers raised by Act of Assem- 
bly, from July 14, 1755, to June 24, 1756, under command of Col. James 
Patton, until he (Patton) was killed in the service, and then under immediate 
command of the Governor, and the remainder of the time under command 
of James Lewis, an officer of the Virginia regiment. Wm. Preston com- 
manded another company of Rangers raised by Act of Assembly of June 8, 
1757, when his commission was dated, and continued in the service until May 
4> I759> when company was disbanded. Montgomery Co. Court, April 5, 1780. 

Wm. Preston is representative of the following persons, who served in 
the above mentioned company of Rangers, to wit : Josiah Cummings, a cor- 
poral ; Thomas Saunders, a drummer ; Solly Mulliear, James Hulman, Moses 
Fisher, Gardner Adkins and Nicho. Smith, privates. 

Bond Estle, soldier in Capt. Wm. Preston's company of Rangers, 1758. 
Greenbrier Co. Court, Feb. 15, 1780. 

Thos. Galbreath, soldier in Capt. Peter Hogg's company of Rangers in 
the year 1758. Augusta Co. Court, Nov. 10, 1779. 

James Colquhond, soldier in 2nd Virginia Regiment, Col. Byrd, till pro- 
perly discharged in 1750. Caroline Co. Court, 1780. 



LAND BOUNTY CERTIFICATES II 

Edmund Wagner, deceased, a subaltern in the Virginia Regiment, entitled 
to 2,000 acres of land. Andrew Wagner is his heir. March 7, 1774. (Signed) 
Dunmore, Govr. 

Henry Dawson, soldier in a Virginia regiment in 1760 and served through 
the campaign under command of the late Col. Wm. Byrd. Amherst Co. 
Court, March, 1780. 

John Jones, Ensign in Col. Thomson's Penna. Regiment, Indian war 
about 1757, in which capacity he served through the whole war. Frederick 
Co. Court, July 4, 1780. 

James Anderson, Captain in Col. John Johnston's New Jersey Regi- 
ment in 1756, in which capacity he served until regiment was disbanded. 
Frederick Co. Court, Mar. 8, 1780. 

Wm. Daingerfield, Captain in Col. Byrd's Virginia Regiment till dis- 
banded. Afterwards in regiment commanded by Col. Adam Stephen. Spot- 
sylvania Co. Court, June 15, 1780. 

Thos. Patterson, assignee of Thomas Ealey, a soldier in war between 
Great Britain and France. Yohogania Co. Court, May, 1780. 

Wm. Christy, Ensign in 1st Bat. of Penna. troops 1760, under command 
of Capt. Saml. West, in Col. Byrd's regiment, and then legally discharged. 
Yohogania Co. Court, March, 1780. 

Alexr. Fowler, assignee of Lieut. Butler Stubbs, who served in last war 
in America in Capt. George Berkeley's company, under command of Major 
Gen. Sir John Irwin, Col. of His Majesty's late 74th Regiment of Foot. 
Yohogania Co., Mar. 24, 1780. 

Alexr. Fowler, assignee of Lieut. Angus MacNeill, who served in Capt. 
George Berkeley's company, under command of Sir John Irwin, Col. of 74th 
Regiment of Foot in the last war in America. Yohogania Co., Mar. 24, 
1780. 

Benj. Temple, entitled to 2,000 acres of land, agreeable to His Majesty's 
Proclamation in the year 1763. Nov. 27, 1774. (Signed) Dunmore, Govr. 

Holt Richardson, Gent., proved before the Court that Col. Wm. Peachey 
was Paymaster of the 2nd Virginia Regiment in 1758. King William Co. 
Court, Nov. 18, 1779. 

Holt Richardson, Gent., proved that Thomas Elliott, Gent., was Pay- 
master to Col. Wm. Peachey's Batt. in the year 1759 and part of 1760. 
King William Co. Court, Nov. 18, 1779. 

William Alexander, allowed 200 acres for serving as a non-commissioned 
officer in Col. Byrd's 2nd Virginia Regiment. Rockbridge Court, Nov., 1779. 

William Morriss, Lieut, in the late war between Great Britain, France 
and the Indians. Goochland Co. Court, Sept., 1779. 

Archibald Thompson, entitled to 200 acres of land for military service as 
under the King's Proclamation in the year 1763. Montgomery Court, 
Nov., 1779. 

Capt. William Russell, entitled to 3,000 acres of land agreeable to the 
King's Proclamation in the year 1763. Dunmore, Govr. 



12 VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 

Thomas Mastin, entitled to 50 acres of land under the King's Proclama- 
tion of 1763. Montgomery Court, Nov., 1779. 

Robert Miller, entitled to 50 acres of land under Proclamation of 1763, 
for military services. Montgomery Court, Oct., 1779. 

Samuel Newberry, entitled to 50 acres of land under Proclamation of 
1763, for military services. Montgomery Court, Nov., 1779. 

William Hughes made oath that Matthew Roberts served in the 1st Vir- 
ginia Regiment under Col. Byrd, as a soldier. James City Co., Nov. 8, 1779. 

Matthew Riddle, soldier in the 2nd Virginia Regiment of regulars, raised 
within the then Colony, now Commonwealth of Virginia, according to the 
King's Proclamation of Oct. 7, 1763. Henrico Co. Court, Sept. 5, 1779. 

John Stanley and Thomas Green, Jr., who made oath that they were 
soldiers in the 2nd and last regiment of regulars raised in Virginia in the war 
between Great Britain and France. Hanover Co. Court, Sept. 2, 1779. 

David Poe and Simon Gillett served in the 1st Virginia Regiment in the 
last war as soldiers under command of Col. Wm. Byrd. James City Co., Nov. 
8, 1779- 

Samuel Campbell served as a soldier in Capt. Wm. Preston's company of 
Rangers in 1758, until he was discharged. Greenbrier Co., Feb. 15, 1780. 

Francis Amos, served in the last French war on the Virginia frontier, one 
year as corporal under Capt. Fleming, and one year as corporal under Capt. 
Charles Scott in Col. Peachey's Regiment. Buckingham Co., Nov. 8, 1779. 

John Fulton, allowed 50 acres for services as a soldier in Capt. John Dick- 
enson's Company of Rangers in late war between Great Britain and France. 
Augusta Co., Mar. si, 1780. 

William McGehee enlisted and served in Capt. Wm. Phillip's company of 
Volunteer Rangers in 1763, until legally discharged. Louisa County, March 
13, 1780. 

William Duncan, soldier in Capt. Lewis's company of Regulars in last 
war. Botetourt Court, March, 1780. 

Jacob Gooding, Captain in a corps of Rangers in 1758, under the immedi- 
ate command of Col. (now Gen.) Washington. Fairfax Co., July, 1780. 

John Bailer, Sergt. in Capt. Dickinson's company of Rangers on the fron- 
tiers of the Colony, 1756 and 1757. Botetourt Co., Feb., 1780. 

Jacob Crosthwait, soldier in Col. Byrd's Regiment in 1758. Orange Co., 
Aug, 26, 1779. 

John Wooton, soldier under Capt. James Gunn in 1st Virginia Regiment 
commanded by Col. Wm. Byrd in last war. Halifax Co., May 18, 1780. 

Joseph Wooton, soldier in 2nd Virginia Regiment under Capt. Gabriel 
Throckmorton in 1760 and 1761. Halifax Co., Apr. 21, 1780. 

Archibald Alexander, deceased, Capt. of a Company of Volunteers and 
marched them to Greenbrier in order to proceed against the Shawnees in the 
year 1757, and William Alexander is his heir-at-law. Botetourt Co. Court, 
Aug. 10, 1780. 



LAND BOUNTY CERTIFICATES I 3 

Win. Dounaway, soldier from 1759 to 1762 in Virginia Regiments and was 
legally discharged. Bedford Court, Jan., 1780. 

Archibald Lamb, soldier, 1759-1762 in the Va. Regts, and was legally dis- 
charged. Bedford Court, Jan., 1780. 

John Penix, soldier in Capt. Overton's Company of Rangers in 1756 till 
legally discharged. Louisa County, March 13, 1780. 

John Johnston, soldier in a ranging company under Capt. Wm. Preston. 
Washington Co., March 21, 1780. 

Edward Harris, soldier in Capt. Meredith's Company of Rangers in the 
year 1760 until legally discharged. Louisa County, March 13, 1780. 

John Shields, soldier in Capt. John Dickinson's Company of Rangers in 
the year 1759 in the late war between Great Britain and France. Augusta 
County, March 21, 1780. 

William Shields, soldier in Capt. John Dickinson's Company of Rangers in 
the year 1759. Augusta County, March 21, 1780. 

Samuel Meredith, Gent., who served in the late war between Great Britain 
and France as Captain, certifies, that John Hodges, deceased, served in the 
said war as Serg. in the 2nd Virginia Regiment under command of Col. Wm. 
Byrd, until legally discharged. Martha Hodges, relict and administratrix. 

Doctor Thomas Walker served as Commissary-General seven years to the 
British and Colonial troops in the last war. Botetourt County, Aug. 10, 1780. 

Richard Burke, heir at law to Thos. Burke a soldier about twenty years 
ago in one of the regiments raised for the immediate defense of this state. 
Essex Co. Court, Feb., 1780. 

Philemon Hawkins, a native of Virginia, soldier in Regiment commanded 
by the late Col. Wm. Byrd in the late war between Great Britain and France. 
Prince Edward Co. Court, April, 1780. 

Joseph Webster, a soldier under Capt. James Gunn in Col. Wm. Byrd's 
Regiment in the year 1760. Henry County, May 25, 1780. 

Joseph Bradberry, soldier under Capt. John Lightfoot in Col. Byrd's Regi- 
ment in 1760. Henry County, May 25, 1780. 

Amos Evans, a soldier under Capt. James Gunn in Col. Wm. Byrd's Regi- 
ment in the year 1760. Henry County, May 25, 1780. 

Thomas Hayle, non-commissioned officer in or about the year 1754 in the 
1st Virginia Regiment in an expedition against the Indians. Frederick County, 
April 11, 1780. 

John Trigg, Sergeant under command of Gen. Washington in the 1st Vir- 
ginia Regiment until same was disbanded. Berkeley Court, August, 1780. 

John Montgomery, soldier in Capt. Chas. Lewis' company of Rangers in 
the year 1758, in the war between Great Britain and France. Augusta County, 
Feb. 15, 1780. 

Christopher Fry, non-commissioned officer in the old Virginia Regiment, 
in which capacity he served until the Regiment was disbanded. Frederick 
County, March 8, 1780. 



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14 VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 

Saml. Poe, Sergeant in the ist Virginia Regiment and entitled to 200 acres 
of land under Proc. of 1763. Williamsburg, May 22, 1774. Dunmore (Govr.) 

George Vaughan, soldier under Capt. John Lightfoot in a regular corps 
raised in the state in 1758 against Fort Du Quesne. Halifax County, March 
16, 1780. 

John Reynolds, soldier in old Virginia Regiment during late war. Fred- 
erick County, May 2, 1780. 

Augustine White, soldier in eacn of the old Virginia Regiments com- 
manded by Col. Byrd and Col. Stephen in the late war, until they were dis- 
banded ; and that he was a non-commissioned officer. Frederick County, May 
1780. 

Colonel John Gibson (a Justice of this county) served as a Deputy Com- 
missary in the late war between Great Britain and France. Yohogania Co. 
Set Court, Feb., 1780. 

Bartlet Ellis, Sergeant in Va. Bat. of Regulars commanded by Col. Wm. 
Byrd in 1755. Richard Ellis made oath that Bartlet Ellis, together with him- 
self, listed under Capt. Saml. Meredith in the late French and Indian war with 
Great Britain, and that the said Bartlet acted as Sergeant sometime after his 
enlistment, and continued to act as such until the expiration of the time for 
which they were enlisted. Hanover County Court, April 6, 1780. 

John Savage, entitled to 3,000 acres of land agreeable to the King's Procla- 
mation in the year 1763. Feb. 24, 1774. Dunmore (Govr.) 

Thomas Taylor, heir-at-law to Geo. Taylor, Jnr., deceased, entitled to 2,000 
acres of land for said George's service in the last war,agreeable to His Majesty's 
Proclamation of 1763. Williamsburg, Feb. 12, 1774. Dunmore. 

Francis Gibbs, soldier in Capt. Hogg's company of Rangers until duly 
discharged in 1758. Orange Co., May 25, 1780. 

Richard Vernon in the years 1755, 1756, 1757, 1758, and 1759 acted as a 
wagon master, forage master and assistant commissary to the troops under 
the command of Genls. Braddock, Forbes and Stanwix upon their several 
expeditions, and particularly superintended the wagons belonging to the Col- 
ony of Virginia. Culpeper Co. Court, May 16, 1780. 

Edwd. Sprigg, who is and has been a resident of this state 8 years, proved 
that his father, Edward Sprigg, served as Capt. in the requirement (Regt. ?) 
commanded by Geo. Washington, Esqr., and lost his life in the service ; and 
that he is heir-at-law, etc. Prince William Co., July 3, 1780. 

William Dempsey, a soldier in Capt. Smith's Regular Co. last war till it 
was disbanded. Botetourt Co. Court, March, 1780. 

Thos. Casady, deed., soldier in old Va. Regt. last war, Col. Washington, 
Commander, until legally discharged. Thos. Cassaday heir at law. Bote- 
tourt Co. Court, Feby., 1780. 

David Galloway, Jnr., soldier in Capt. Dickinson's company of Rangers 
in last war, till legally discharged. Botetourt Co. Court, Feby., 1780. 

Francis Eppes, Lieut. 2d Va. Regt. last war. (Signed) W. Byrd, May 20 , 
1774. 



LAND BOUNTY CERTIFICATES I 5 

Wm. Mann, deceased, Sergt. in Col. Peachey's Batt. in 1759. Mose* 
Mann, eldest son and heir. Botetourt Co. Court, Feby., 1780. 

Humphrey Madison, deceased, Ensign in Capt. Dickinson's Co. of 
Rangers in 1756, and lost his life in the service of his country. Catherine 
Arbuckle, wife of Wm. Arbuckle and heiress at law of Humphrey Madison, 
deceased. Botetourt Co. Court, Deer., 1780. 

Wm. Smith, soldier in Capt. Hogg's company of Rangers until duly dis- 
charged in 1758. Orange Co. Court, May 25, 1780. 

Wm. Watson, served his enlistment as a regular soldier in Capt. Overton's 
company of Regulars before the year 1763. Orange Co. Court, Mar. 23, 1780. 

Jas. McCutchin, soldier under Capt. John Blagge in Col. Byrd's Regt. in 
1760. Henry Co. Court, May 25, 1780. 

David Lyle, Sergt. in 2d Va. Regt., Col. Wm. Byrd commanding. King 
William Co., April Court, 1780. 

John King, soldier in 2d Va. Regt., Col. Wm. Byrd commanding, until 
disbanded. King William Co., April 20, 1780. 

Geo. Stubblefield, Gent., Cadet in Adam Stephen's Regt. raised for defense 
of this state. Spotsylvania Co. Court, June, 1780. 

Jno. Fitzjarrell, Sergt. in Va. Regt. commanded by Col. Wm. Byrd in 
1759 an< i 1760- Amherst Co. Court, Feby., 1780. 

William Camp, William King and James Lankford each knew that the 
other served as volunteer soldiers under Capt. Christopher Hudson in the year 
1758, in war between Great Britain and France, said Camp as Corporal, and 
the other two as common soldiers. Hanover Co., June 1, 1780. 

Wm. Thorp, native of Virginia, Sergt. 1755-1762 in the late French war. 
Certificate signed by Chas. Scott, Brig.-Genl., that he was then regularly dis- 
charged. Bedford Court, Dec, 1779. 

John Thorp, deceased, regular soldier under Genl. Forbes in 1758, and 
then departed this life. Wm. Thorp, a native of Virginia and heir-at-law of 
John Thorp, deceased. Bedford Court, Jany., 1780. 

Thos. Thorp, Corporal in the late French war, 1759-1762. Bedford Court, 
Jany., 1780. 

Richard Timberlake, native of Virginia, soldier for six months under 
Gen. Forbes in 1758, in the late French war. Bedford Court, May, 1780. 

James Baker, Gent., deceased, Lieut. 1st Va. Regt. of Regulars, com- 
manded by Col. Geo. Washington, in 1758, and died in the service. Proved 
by Wm. Hughes, Hustings Court of Williamsburg, Feb. 9. 1780. Lawrence 
Baker, Gent., heir-at-law to the said James Baker, Gent., deceased. Surry 
Co. Court, April 25, 1780. 

Edgcomb G. Williams, soldier under Capt. Nath. Gist in Col. Adam 
Stephen's Regt. in 1762. Henry Co., May 25, 1780. 

John McKensie, Sergt. in 1st Va. Regt. until reduction of same, when he 
was regularly discharged. Kentucky Co., Nov. 2, 1780. 

John Miller, soldier in Capt. Wm. Preston's company of Rangers in 1758 



*6 VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 

and 1759, and continued in said company until they were discharged. Green- 
brier Co., March 22, 1780. 

James Johnston, soldier in Capt. Dickerson's company of Rangers, in 
which he remained until discharged in 1759. Greenbrier Co. Court, March 
1780. ' 

John Jameson, soldier in Maj. Robert Stewart's company of 1st Va. Regt. 
Proved by John Estle, assignee of John Jameson. Greenbrier Court, Feb. 
13. 1780. 

Ben Lohone, entitled to 50 acres for services in last war, agreeable to 
proclamation of 1763. Feb. 22, 1774. Dunmore. 

John Estle, soldier in Capt. Wm. Preston's company of Rangers in r758. 
Greenbrier Co., Feb. 15, 1780. 

James Roe, soldier in 1st Va. Regt. Discharge dated Feb., 1762, from 
Col. Adam Stephen of the 2d Regt. Southampton Co., May 11, 1780. 

Pharel McFaddin, soldier in Col. Peachey's Va. Regt, or Frontier Bat. 
Buckingham Co., Nov. 8, 1779. 

James Burnett, soldier in Col. Peachey's Va. Regt., or Frontier Bat. 
Buckingham Co., Nov. 8, 1779. 

Martin Webb, soldier six months in Col. Peachey's Regt., or Frontier 
Bat. Buckingham Co., Nov. 8, 1779. 

Richard Baldock, deceased, Sergt. in a Regt. under the command of the 
then Col. Stephen in the late war between Great Britain, France and Spain. 
Levy Baldock, heir-at-law to the said Richard Baldock, deceased. Amherst 
Co. Court, Feb., 1780. 

Levy Baldock, soldier in Va. Regt. under command of the late Col. Wm. 
Byrd in the late war between Great Britain, France and Spain. Amherst Co., 
Feb. Court, 1780. 

Frederick Fitzgerald, soldier in Capt. Wm. Preston's company of Rangers 
in 1762. Henry Co., May 25, 1780. 

Thomas Kinkead, soldier in Capt. Wm. Preston's company of Rangers in 
1758 and 1759. Greenbrier Co., March 21, 1780. 

John Hodges, Gent., is due 2,000 acres of land under the King's Procla- 
mation, for the services of a certain Francis Eppes during the last French 
wars, who was a Lieut, in 2d Va. Regt., and which said Eppes hath assigned 
to said Hodges. Prince William Co. Court, June 5, 1780. 

William Gooch, Sergt. in late war, is entitled to 200 acres under the 
King's Proclamation of 1763. May 7, 1774. Dunmore. 

William Blanton, Sergt. in 1st Va. Regt. until discharged. Greenbrier 
Co., Feb. 15, 1780. 

Edward McMullin, soldier in Capt. Dickerson's company of Rangers on 
the Frontier in 1758 and 1759. Botetourt Court, Feb., 1780. 

Thomas Kelly, Corp. in Capt. Dickerson's company of Rangers in 1757, 
1758 and 1759. Botetourt Court, Feb., 1780. 

John McMullin, soldier in Capt. Dickerson's company of Rangers in 1758 
and 1759. Botetourt Court, Feb., 1780. 



LAND BOUNTY CERTIFICATES 1 7 

Robt. Gillespie, Senr., Sergt. in Capt. Dickerson's company of Rangers in 
the year 1754. Botetourt Court, Feb., 1780. 

Thos. Carpenter, soldier in Capt. Dickerson's company of Rangers in 1759. 
Botetourt Court, Feb., 1780. 

Jacob Parsinger, Senr., proved to this Court that he and his two sons, 
Abraham and Phillip, who died under age, each served in Capt. Dickerson's 
company of Rangers in 1757. Botetourt Court, Feb., 1780. 

Patrick Carrigan, soldier in Capt. Dickerson's company of Rangers in 
175S. Botetourt Court, Feb., 1780. 

Wm. Crayton, entitled to 50 acres of land under the King's Proclamation 
of 1763. Jan. 22, 1774. Dunmore. 

Thos. Elliott, Lieut, in Va. Bat. of Regulars, commanded by Wm. Peachey, 
Esqr., in 1759. King William Co. Court, Jan., 1780. 

James Hilling, soldier in Capt. Thos. Booth's Co. 2d Va. Regt., com- 
manded by Col. Wm. Byrd, deceased, and served therein till said Regt. was 
disbanded before 1763. Hustings Court for Williamsburg, Feb. 7, 1780. 

Arthur Campbell, entitled to 2,000 acres of land for services in last war, 
agreeable to King's Proclamation of 1763. Dec. 15, 1773. Dunmore. 

Henry Harrison, son and heir of Capt. Henry Harrison, deceased, is 
entitled to 3,000 acres of land, agreeable to the King's Proclamation of 1763. 
Dec. 31, 1773. Dunmore. 

Richard Hickman, deceased, Lieut, in the Va. Regt. of Regulars com- 
manded by Adam Stephen, Esqr., in the year 1763, and continued in said 
office until said Regt. was disbanded. James Hickman, brother and heir-at- 
law. King William County, Jan. 20, 1780. 

Wm. Fleming, assistant surgeon by appointment from Gov. Dinwiddie, 
1755, in 1st Va. Regt. until reduction thereof in 1762. Kentucky Co., Nov. 2, 
1779. 

Thos. Lovett, Drummer in the Va. Regt, 1754, until reduction thereof in 
1762. Kentucky Co., Nov. 2, 1779. 

James Hill, entitled to 200 acres of land, agreeable to the King's Procla- 
mation of 1763. March 1, 1774. Dunmore. 

James Hebdon, entitled to 50 acres of land, agreeable to the King's Procla- 
mation of 1763. April 21, 1774. Dunmore. 

John Anderson, Sergt. in 2d Va. Regt. commanded by Hon. Wm. Byrd, 
Esqr., agreeable to King's Proclamation of October, 1763. May 7, 1774. 
Dunmore. 

Joel Harlow, soldier in late war, entitled to 50 acres of land, agreeable to 
proclamation of the King in 1763. April 23, 1774. Dunmore. 

Nicholas Sallis (or Sallaie), soldier in Va. Regt. late war. Certificate 
signed by Andrew Lewis. ( No date.) 

Jno. Murray, deceased, Ensign in Capt. Alex. McClenachan's company of 
Independents on the expedition against the Indians, commanded by Col. Bou- 
quet in 1764. Mrs. Elizabeth Murray, widow and heir of Dr. John Murray, 
deceased. Augusta Co. Court, Dec. 21, 1779. 



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Thomas McGregor, soldier in Capt. Wm. Preston's company of Rangers. 
Augusta Co. Court, Nov. 18, 1779. 

James Dunlap, deceased, Lieut, in Capt. Peter Hogg's company of 
Rangers, and was destroyed by the enemy, French and Indians, at the fort in 
the upper tract on the south branch of the Potomac in the year 1758. James 
Brown and Adam Gutherey, nephews and heirs-at-law of said James Dunlap, 
deceased. Augusta Co. Court, Dec. ax, 1779. 

Thos. Scott, soldier in a ranging company against the Indians in 1764. 
Augusta Co. Court, Nov. 17, 1779. 

Jno. Clark, Sergt. in a ranging company against the Indians in 1764. 
Augusta Co., Nov. 17, 1779. 

James McMahon, soldier in Capt. Hogg's company of Rangers. Augusta 
Co., Nov. 17, 1779. 

Chas. Lewis, deceased, Lieut, in Capt. Preston's company of Rangers. 
Capt. in company of Independents on the expedition against the Indians, com- 
manded by Col. Bouquet in 1764. Augusta Co., Nov. 17, 1779. 

Henry Pigg, private in 2d Va. Regt. of Regulars in late war between 
Great Britain and France. Prince Edward Co., Jan. 17, 1780. 

Richard Foster, private in Capt. Saml. Overton's company of volunteers 
in the late war between Great Britain and France. Prince Edward Co., Jan. 
17, 1780. 

Jos. Truman, private in Capt. Obediah Woodson's company of Volunteers 
in late war. Prince Edward Co., Jan., 1780. 

Alexr. Le Grand, Sergt. in company of Volunteers in late war between 
Great Britain and France. Prince Edward Co., Jan., 1780. 

Jno. Morton, Gent., Lieut, in a company of Volunteers in the late war; 
by order from Gov. Dinwiddie joined Maj. Andrew Lewis' detachment from 1st 
Va. Regt. of Regulars, and continued in the service six months. Prince 
Edward Co., Jan. 17, 1780. 

Thos. Morton, 2d Lieut, in company of Volunteers in late war between 
Great Britain and France, and by order joined Maj. Andrew Lewis' detach- 
ment of Regulars from 1st Va. Regt., and continued in service six months. 
Prince Edward Co., Jan 17, 1780. 

Chas. Croucher, soldier in Col. Adam Stephen's Va. Regt. until disbanded. 
Hustings Court of Williamsburg, Feb. 7, 1780. 

Sylvester Hughes, soldier in Capt. Robt, Stewart's company of Regulars, 
Col. Wm. Byrd's 2d Va. Regt., and continued therein until disbanded. Will- 
iamsburg, Hustings Court, Feb. 7, 1780. 

Edwd. Cary, entitled to 2,000 acres, agreeable to proclamation of 1763. 
Williamsburg, Nov. 22, 1773. J Dunmore. 

Morris Evington, entitled to 200 acres of land, agreeable to His Majesty's 
Proclamation of 1763. Williamsburg, Jan. 3, 1774. Dunmore. 

Francis Scott, entitled to 50 acres of land, agreeable to His Majesty's 
Proclamation of 1763. Jan. 31, 1774. Dunmore. 



LAND BOUNTY CERTIFICATES 1 9 

Wm. Henderson, soldier in Capt. Alexr. McClenachan's company of Inde- 
pendents on the expedition against the Indians, commanded by Col. Bouquet, 
in 1764. Augusta Co., Nov. 19, 1779. 

Wm. Kinkiad, soldier in Capt. Chas. Lewis' company on the expedition 
against the Indians, commanded by Col. Bouquet in 1763. Augusta Co., Jan. 
18, 1783. 

Wm. Hughes, Lieut, and Adjutant in Col. Adam Stephen's Va. Regt. in 
the year 1762, and served until Regt. was disbanded. Williamsburg, Feb. 
9, 1780. 

James Ritchey, soldier in Capt. Christian's company of Rangers on the 
Cherokee expedition, commanded by Col. Wm. Byrd in 1760. Botetourt 
Court, Dec, 1779. 

Saml. French, Sergt. in the late war, entitled to 200 acres, agreeable to 
His Majesty's Proclamation of 1763. Williamsburg, May 29, 1774. Dunmore. 

Geo. Muse, Lieut. Col. (until properly discharged) in a Regt. raised for 
immediate defense of this state in 1754. Caroline Co. Court, Feb., 1780. 

Thos. Ayres, Sergt. in 1758 (till properly discharged) in a Regt. raised for 
the immediate defense of this state. Caroline Co., Feb. 10, 1780. 

Anthony Kenty, soldier in Capt. Saml. Meredith's company of Rangers in 
1760 until legally discharged. Proved by Wm. Melton. Louisa Co., Feb. 
14, 1780. 

Chas. Jenkins, soldier in Capt. Saml. Overton's company of Rangers in 
1756, till legally discharged. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Wm. Speere, soldier in late war between Great Britain and France, and 
remained with his regt. until disbanded. Certificate signed by Saml. Mere- 
dith. King William Co., Feb. 16, 1780. 

James Ratliff, soldier in Capt. Saml. Overton's company of Rangers in 
I 755- Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Geo. Sims, soldier in Capt. Saml. Overton's company of Rangers in 1755. 
Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Andrew Jameson, soldier under Capt. John Dickinson in 1758 in a ranging 
company. Kentucky Court, Nov. 2, 1779. 

Thos. Moss, Drummer in a Regt. raised for the immediate defense of this 
state in 1754. Caroline Court, Feb., 1780. 

John McDonald, soldier in a Regiment raised for the immediate defense of 
this state in 1760. Caroline Court, Feb., 1780. 

Jno. Harvey, soldier (till properly discharged), in 1758, in a Regt. raised 
for immediate defense of the state. 

Christopher Blackburn, Sergt. in the last French war in 1754. Caroline 
Co., Feb. 10, 1780. 

Joseph Gatewood, soldier in 1st Va. Regt. commanded by Col. Geo. 
Washington, and continued in said service till Regt. was disbanded. Essex 
Co., Feb. 21, 1780. 



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Wm. Kernal, soldier during last war between Great Britain and France, 
above 20 years ago, in a Regt. commanded by Wm. Byrd, raised for immediate 
defense of the colony. Essex Co., Feb. 21, 1780. 

Jno. Letcher, soldier in a corps raised for the defense of Va., and com- 
manded by Geo. Washington, etc. Lucy Morton, widow of John Letcher, his 
heiress. Essex Co., Feb. 21, 1780. 

Wm. Morton, soldier in Capt. Daingerfield's company, discharged from 
the Va. Regt., he having the dropsy, being unfitted for the service. (Signed) 
Fredericksburg, July, 1763. Adam Stephen. 

Richd. Chapman, soldier in the Va. Regt. commanded by Col. Wm Byrd, 
entitled to 50 acres of land, agreeable to the King's Proclamation of 1763. 
Washington Co., Jan. 18, 1780. 

Francis Farmer, soldier in a Va. Regt. commanded by Hon. Wm. Byrd, 
entitled to 50 acres of land, agreeable to the King's Proclamation of 1763. 
Washington Co., Jan. 18, 1780. 

Henry Dooly, soldier in Va. Regt. under command of late Wm. Byrd, 
Esqr., entitled to 50 acres of land, agreeable to King's Proclamation of 1763. 

Arthur Campbell, assignee of John Donnelly, who served as a non-com- 
missioned officer in the Va. Regt. commanded by Col. Wm. Byrd, and entitled 
to 200 acres of land under proclamation of 1763. Washington Co., Jan. 
18, 1780. 

Arthur Campbell, assignee of Drury Pickett, who was a non-commissioned 
officer in the Va. regiment commanded by Col. Wm. Byrd, and entitled 
to 200 acres of land under proclamation of 1763. Washington Co., Jan. 
18, 1780. 

Arthur Campbell, assignee of Thos. Bromley, who was a soldier in Col. 
Wm. Byrd's regiment, entitled to 50 acres of land under proclamation of 1763. 
Washington Co., Jan. 18, 1780. 

Arthur Campbell, assignee of Richard Staunton, who was a non-commis- 
sioned officer in Col. Wm. Byrd's Regt., entitled to 50 acres of land under 
proclamation of 1763. Washington Co., Jan. 18, 1780. 

Arthur Campbell, assignee of Jno. Semmon, who was a soldier in Col. Wm. 
Byrd's Va. Regt., entitled to 50 acres of land under proclamation of 1763. 
Washington Co., Jan. 18, 1780. 

Wm. Baker, Sergt. 1st Va. Regt., commanded by Col. Geo. Washington, 
and continued in service until Regt. was disbanded. Proved by John Hick- 
man, Gent. King William Co., Feb. 17, 1780. 

Edward Goldman, Ensign, 2d Va. Regt. raised for immediate defense, etc., 
until properly discharged. Spotsylvania Co., Feb. 17, 1780. 

Richard Goldman, Christopher Key and Thos. Samuel made oath that 
Thos. Goldman is elder brother of within named Edward Goldman, and always 
understood that the said Thomas is heir-at-law to the said Edward Goldman, 
deceased. Caroline Co., Feb. 19, 1780. 

Reuben Munday, soldier, in 1760, till properly discharged, in Regt. raised 
for immediate defense of this state. Caroline Co., Feb. 10, 1780. 



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Edward Sutton, soldier, in 1760, in 1st Va. Regt. raised for immediate 
defense of the state. Spotsylvania Co., Feb. 17, 1780. 

Bartlett Goodman, soldier in Capt. Throgmorton's company of Rangers in 
1759, till properly discharged. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Capt. Wm. Phillips, makes oath that John Gilbert served in his company 
of Volunteer Rangers till legally discharged in 1763. The said Capt. Phillips 
declared on oath that he had not a commission, but was directed by the then 
Governor to raise a company of Volunteers. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Chapman White, served in Capt. Wm. Phillip's company of Volunteer 
Rangers in 1763, till legally discharged. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Nathaniel Branham, soldier in Capt. Wm. Phillip's Volunteer company of 
Rangers in 1763, till legally discharged. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Wm. Brock, soldier in Col. Stephen's Regt. for the defense of the state in 
1762, until legally discharged. Orange Co., Dec. 23, 1779. 

Wm. Hughes, Sergt. in Capt. Wm. Phillip's volunteer company of Rangers 
in 1763, till legally discharged. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

John Hughes, soldier in Capt. Obediah Woodson's company of Rangers in 
1755, till legally discharged, and he is since dead. Proved by oath of Col. 
Robt. Anderson. Wm. Hughes, heir-at-law. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Wm. Bibb, soldier in Capt. Wm. Phillip's volunteer company of Rangers 
in 1763, till legally discharged. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

James McGehee, soldier in Capt. Wm. Phillip's volunteer company of 
Rangers in 1763, till legally discharged. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Robt. Hall, soldier in Capt. Wm. Phillip's volunteer company of Rangers 
in 1763, till legally discharged. Louisa Co., Feb, 14, 1780. 

Jeremiah Silf, Sergt. in Capt. McNeal's company of Rangers in 1759, till 
legally discharged. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Henry Austin, Jnr., and Benj. Austin served in Va. Regt. commanded 
by Col. Geo. Washington. Sd. Henry as Sergt. and sd. Benj. as Corpl. until 
their death. Jno. Wilson Austin, heir-at-law to sd. Henry and Benj. King 
William Co., Feb. 16, 1780. 

Jacob Cleet, soldier under command of Col. Byrd in 2d Va. Regt. in 1760. 
Rockbridge Co., Dec. 7, 1779. 

Richd. Sansome, Corpl. in Capt. James Gunn's Co. 1st Va. Regt, in the 
last war between Great Britain and France. Served to the end of the war. 
Charlotte Co., Feb. 7, 1780. 

Butler Buckley, private in Capt. Thos. Fleming's Co. 1st Va. Regt. in 
last war between Great Britain and France. Served to end of war. Charlotte 
Co., Feb. 7, 1780. 

James Loggins, Corpl. in Maj. Peachey's Co. 1st Va. Regt. in last war 
between Great Britain and France. Served to end of war. Charlotte Co., 
Feb. 7, 1780. 

Jno. Monday, deed., and James Russell, served as soldiers in 1760 in a 
regt. raised for immediate defense of this state. Caroline Co., Feb., 1780. 



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Henry Cissel and James Cissel, deed., soldiers in 1755 in a regt. raised 
for immediate defense of the state till properly discharged. Caroline Co., 
Feb., 1780. 

Wm. Cissel, soldier, till properly discharged in 1755 in a regt. raised for 
immediate defense of the state. Caroline Co., Feb., 1780. 

Wm. Mitchell, soldier in a regt. raised for immediate defense of the state 
in 1758. Caroline Co., Feb., 1780. 

Gabriel Throckmorton, entitled to 3,000 acres as Captain the Va. Regt. 
agreeable to the King's Proc. of 1763. Feb. 24. 1770. Dunmore. 

Joseph Parish, Sergt. in 1758 in 2d Va. Regt. raised for immediate de- 
fense of the state. Spotsylvania Co., Feb. 17, 1780. 

Danl. Simpson, Corpl. in 1758 in 1st Va. Regt. till properly discharged. 
Spotsylvania Co., Feb. 17, 1780. 

James Cooper, soldier in Col. Byrd's Regt. in 1758. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 
1780. 

Jno. Dal ton, soldier in Capt. Hubbard's Co. of Rangers in 1759. Louisa 
Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Jas. Satterwhite, soldier in 1758 in a regt. raised for the immediate de- 
fense of the state. Caroline Co. Court, Feb. 1780. 

Francis Irvin, soldier in 1755 in a regt. raised for immediate defense of 
the state. Spotsylvania Co., Feb. 17, 1780. 

Wm. Lamp ton, soldier in 1760 in regt. raised for immediate defense, etc. 
Spotsylvania Co., Feb. 17, 1780. 

Lodowick O'Neal, soldier in 1758 in regt. raised for immediate defense, 
etc. Spotsylvania Co., 17th day, 1780. 

James Ratcliff, soldier in Capt. Wm. Phillip's Vol. Co. of Rangers in 1763 
till legally discharged. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

James Smith, soldier in Capt. Wm. Phillip's Vol. Co. of Rangers in 1763. 
Wm. Smith heir-at-law of said James Smith. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Timothy Longest, soldier in 2d Va. Regt., Col. Wm. Byrd commanding; 
served till regt. was disbanded. Essex Co., Feb. 21, 1780. 

Wm. Rogers, soldier in Col. Byrd's Regt. in 1758. Orange Co., Nov. 25, 
1779. 

James Twopence, soldier in Capt. Wm. Phillip's Vol. Co. of Rangers in 
1763, till legally discharged. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Thos. Smith, soldier in 1758 and 1760 in a regt. raised for immediate de- 
fense, etc. Caroline Co., Feb. 10, 1780. 

Richard Bullard, soldier in Col. Byrd's Regt. in 1758. Orange Co. Nov. 
25, 1779- 

Thos. Hidgcocks, soldier, till properly discharged, in 1756 in regt. raised 
for immediate defense, etc. Caroline Co., Feb., 1780. 

Wm. Barefoot, soldier in 1st Va. Regt. commanded by Col. Geo. Wash- 
ington, and continued in service till properly discharged. Essex Co., Feb. 
21, 1780. 



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Richd. Riddle, soldier in 1758 in a regt. raised for immediate defense, etc. 
Caroline Co. Court, Feb., 1780. 

Jno. Jones, drummer in Capt. S. Meredith's Co., Col. Wm. Byrd's Regt., 
and is entitled to 200 acres of land, under Regal Proc. of 1763. Mar. 26, 1774. 
(Signed) S. Meredith. Jno. Jones proves services as above in Hanover Co., 
Feb. 3, 1780. 

Joseph Bledsoe, Sergt, in 1st Va. Regt., Col. George Washington com- 
manding, and continued in same till regt. was disbanded. Spotsylvania Co. , 
Feb. 17, 1780. 

Daley Longest, soldier in 2d Va. Regt. commanded by Col. Geo. Wash- 
ington ; continued in same till disbanded. Essex Co., Feb. 21, 1780. 

James Gaines, soldier in Col. Byrd's Regt. in 1760. Orange Co., Jan. 27, 
1780. 

Wm. Gibson, soldier in 1st Va. Regt., commanded by Wm. Byrd, Esq., 
until same was disbanded. Hanover Co., Feb. 3, 1780. 

Jno. Sampson, soldier, till properly discharged, in 1758 in regt. raised for 
immediate defense, etc. Caroline Co. Court, Feb., 1780. 

Benja. Retinoid, soldier in 1st Va. Regt. commanded by Col. George 
Washington. Caroline Co., Feb. 10, 1780. 

James Gimber, soldier in 1st Va. Regt. commanded by Col. Geo. Wash- 
ington, and continued in same till disbanded. Spotsylvania Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

James Tinder, soldier in Col. Byrd's Regt. in 1758. Served his enlist- 
ment. Louisa Co., Feb. 14th, 1780. 

Jno. Connor, soldier in 1762 in a regt. raised for immediate defense, etc. 
Spotsylvania Co., Feb. 17, 1880. 

James Ratliff, soldier in Capt. Spotswood's Co. of Regulars in 1757, and 
continued till legally discharged. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Richard Longest, soldier in 2d Va. Regt., commanded by Col. Wm. Byrd, 
in 1758 ; continued in same till regt. was disbanded. Essex Co., Feb. 21, 1780. 

Richd. Branham, Sergt., till properly discharged, in 1758 in 1st Va. Regt. 
Spotsylvania Co. , Feb. 17, 1780. 

Chas. Clark, soldier in 2d Va. Regt., commanded by Col. Wm. Byrd, in 
1758, and continued till regt. disbanded. Essex Co., Feb. 21, 1780. 

Wm. Camp, Corpl. in 1st Va. Regt., commanded by Col. Geo. Washing- 
ton, and continued in same till regt. was disbanded. Hanover Co., Feb. 3, 1780. 

Wm. Smith, soldier in 1st Va. Regt., commanded by Col. Geo. Washing- 
ton, and continued till disbanded. Caroline Co., Feb. ro, 1780. 

Geo. White (who is since dead), soldier, till properly discharged, in 1758 
in a regt. raised for immediate defense, etc. Mary White, widow. Caroline 
Co., Feb., 1780. 

James Arnold, soldier, until properly discharged, in regt. raised for im- 
mediate defense in year 1759. Caroline Co., Feb. 21, 1780. 

Wm. Robinson (since dead), Sergt., till properly discharged, in 1758 in a 



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regt. raised for immediate defense, etc. John Robinson, heir-at-law. Caro- 
line Co. Court, March, 1780. 

Joseph Adkins, soldier 1st Va. Regt., commanded by Col. Wm, Byrd, and 
continued till regt. was disbanded. Essex Co., Feb. 21, 1780. 

Jno. Bullard, soldier in 1st Va. Regt., commanded by Col. Geo. Washing- 
ton, and continued in same till regt. was disbanded. Essex Co., Feb. 21, 1780. 

Robt. Sanders, Corpl., till properly discharged, in 1760 in a regt. raised 
for immediate defense, etc. Spotsylvania Co., Feb. 17, 1780. 

Wm. Heath, soldier in corps raised for the defense of Virginia, and com- 
manded by Col. Wm. Byrd, above 20 years ago, and served in same till dis- 
charged. Essex Co., Feb. 21, 1780. 

Saml. White, Jr., Corpl. 2d Va. Regt, Col. Wm. Byrd, commanding; 
continued in said service till his death. Certf. from Saml. Meredith. EHas 
White heir-at-law. King William Co., Feb. 4, 1780. 

Wm. Ross, soldier in 1760, till properly discharged in 1760, in 1st Va. 
Regt. raised for immediate defense of the state. Spotsylvania Co., Feb. n, 
1780. 

Wm. King, soldier in 1st Va. Regt., commanded by Col. Geo. Washing- 
ton, and continued in same till disbanded. Hanover Co., Feb. 3, 1780. 

Jno. McCoy, soldier in Capt. Wm. Phillip's Vol. Co. of Rangers in 1763, 
and continued in same till legally discharged. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

John Sanders, soldier in Capt. Wm. Phillip's Vol. Co. of Rangers in 1763 
till legally discharged. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Rich. Reynolds, soldier, till properly discharged, in the year 1760 in a 
regt. raised for the immediate defense of the colony. Spotsylvania Co. , Feb. 
17, 1780. 

Michael Rice, served out enlistment as a non-commissioned officer in Col. 
Byrd's Regt. in 1758. Orange Co., Nov. 25, 1779. 

Clabourn Routhwell, soldier in Capt. Wm. Phillip's Co. of Vol. Rangers 
in 1763, till legally discharged. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Richd. Halbert, soldier, till properly discharged, in a regt. raised for im- 
mediate defense of this state. Spotsylvania Co., Feb. 17, 1780. 

Thos. Jones, soldier in Capt. Saml. Overton's Co. of Rangers in 1755 till 
legally discharged ; and also a soldier in Capt. Flemming's Co. of Regulars 
in 1758 till legally discharged ; and also a soldier in Capt. Jno. Posey's Co. of 
Regulars in 1760 till legally discharged. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Wm. Turner, soldier, till properly discharged, in year 1760 in a regt. 
raised for immediate defense, etc. Spotsylvania Co., Feb. 17, 1780. 

Benj. Turner, soldier, till properly discharged, in the year 1758 in a regt. 
raised for immediate defense of this state. Spotsylvania Co., Feb. 17, 1780. 

Morris Roberts, soldier in Capt. Jno. Fox's Co. of Rangers in 1756, till 
legally discharged. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Wm. Fillds (Fields?), soldier, till properly discharged, in 1758 in a regt 
raised for the defense of this state. Caroline Co. Court, Feb., 1780. 



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Chas. Knight, Sergt., till properly discharged, in 1758 in a regt. for im- 
mediate defense, etc. Spotsylvania Co., Feb. 17, 1780. 

James Samuel, soldier, till properly discharged, in 1754 in regt. raised 
for immediate defense, etc. Caroline Co. Court, Feb. 1780. 

Saml. and George Robinson, served in a corps raised for the defense of 
Virginia, above 20 years ago, and commanded by Col. Geo. Washington ; said 
Samuel as Sergt. and said George as a soldier, in the same till disbanded. 
Wm. Robinson, heir-at-law to his two brothers. Essex Co., Feb. 21, 1780. 

John Payne, Lieut, in Frontier Batt, last war, under command of Col. 
Byrd. Williamsburg, March, 1774. Dunmore. 

John Hickman, Lieut, in Va. Batt. of Regulars, commanded by Wm. 
Peachey, Esq., in 1759, and remained till said Batt. was discharged. Han- 
over Co., Feb. 3, 1780. 

James Twopence, soldier in Capt. Christian's Co. of Rangers in 1760, till 
legally discharged, Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

David Thompson, Sergt. in Col. Bouquet's Regt. in 1764. 

Thos. Dickinson, soldier, till properly discharged, in 1758 in regt. raised 
for immediate defense of this state. Caroline Co. Court, Feb., 1780. 

John Lemay, soldier in Capt. Wm. Phillip's Co. of Vol. Rangers in 1763, 
till legally discharged. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Francis Self, soldier, till properly discharged, in 1754 in a regt. raised for 
the defense of this state. Caroline Co., Feb., 1780. 

James Floyd, Sergt. in 2d Va. Regt. of Regulars, commanded by Col. 
Wm. Byrd, in 1758, and served till same was disbanded. King and Queen 
Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Benj. Isebell, soldier in Va. Batt. of Regulars, commanded by Wm, 
Peachey, Esq., in 1759, until disbanded. King and Queen Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Benj. Clements, served in last war between Great Britain and France as 
a private in Capt. Wm. Temple's Co. of 1st Va. Regt., and served till end of 
the war. Charlotte Co., Feb., 1780. 

Francis Roberts, private in Capt. Jno. McNeal's Co. 1st Va. Regt. in last war 
between Great Britain and France, and served to end thereof. Charlotte Co. , 
Feb, 7, 1780. 

Jno. Adams, private in Capt. Thos. Woodford's Co. 1st Va. Regt. in last 
war between Great Britain and France. Charlotte Co., Feb. 7, 1780. 

John Perrin, Sergt. in Capt. Jno. McNeal's 1st Va. Regt. in last war be- 
tween Great Britain and France. Charlotte Co., Feb. 7, 1780. 

Richd. Martin, private in Capt. Mordecai Buckner's Co. 1st Va. Regt., in 
last war between Great Britain and France. Charlotte Co., Feb. 7, 1780. 

Isam Crow, Sergt. in 2d Va. Regt. of Regulars, commanded by Col. Wm. 
Byrd, in 1758, until disbanded. Middlesex Co., Feb. 28, 1780. 

Reuben Vass, Lieut, in a Regt. of Regulars, commanded by Wm. Byrd. 
Esq. , in the late war between Great Britain and France. 



26 VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 

Thomas Farah, soldier in the Va. Regt. commanded by Adam Stephen, 
until disbanded. King William Co., Feb. 16, 1780. 

Benj. Wheeler, soldier in 2d Va. Regt. of Regulars, commanded by Col. 
Wm. Byrd, in the year 1758, until disbanded. King and Queen Co., Feb. 
11, 1780. 

Wm. Phillips, soldier in 2d Va. Regt. of Regulars, commanded by Col. 
Wm. Byrd in 1760. King and Queen Co., Feb. 14, 1790. 

Wm. Jones, soldier in Batt. of Regulars, commanded by Col. Wm. Peachey, 
in 1759, an< * continued in same till disbanded. King and Queen Co., Feb. 

14, 1780. 

James Walden, soldier in 2d Va. Regt. of Regulars, commanded by Col. 
Wm. Byrd, in 1760, and continued in same till disbanded. King and Queen 
Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Geo. Coleman, soldier in 2d Va. Regt. of Regulars, commanded by Col. 
Wm. Byrd, in 1760, and continued in same till disbanded. King and Queen 
Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Henry Finch, entitled to 200 acres of land agreeable to the King's Proc. 
of 1763. Williamsburg, April 22, 1774. Dunmore. 

James Gunn, 3,000 acres of land agreeable to his Majesty's Proc. of 1763. 
Williamsburg, Dec. 17, 1773. Dunmore. 

Chas. Jenkins, soldier in Capt. Saml. Overton's Co. of Rangers in 1755, 
till legally discharged. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Miles Kenty or Canty, soldier in Capt. Thos. Fleming's Co. of Regulars, 
in 1758, until legally discharged ; also Sergt. in Capt. John Posey's Co. of 
Regulars, in 1760. Said Miles being since dead and Anthony Kenty, heir-at- 
law. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Honble. Wm. Byrd, Esq., entitled, as Col. of the Va. Regt., to 5,000 acres 
of land agreeable to the King's Proc. of 1763. Williamsburg, Nov. 5, 1773. 
Dunmore. 

John Lamb, soldier in Col. Byrd's Regt. in 1758. Orange Co., Feb. 24, 
1780. 

Richd. Lamb, soldier in Col. Byrd's Regt. in 1758. Orange Co., Feb. 24, 
1780. 

Wm. Cave, soldier in Col. Byrd's Regt. in 1759. Orange 'Co., Feb. 24, 
1780. 

Wm. Hall, private, and Chas. Travis, drummer, served in King's service 
for the defense of this state till properly discharged. Richmond Court, 
Feb., 1780. 

Griffing Johnson, served in a corps for the defense of Va., and com- 
manded by Col. Wm. Byrd, and was properly discharged in 1758 ; and he 
again served in a corps raised for the same purpose, and commanded by said 
Byrd, in 1 760, and continued in same as a soldier until said regiment was 
disbanded. Essex Co., Feb. 21, 1780. 

Richd. Fouracres, soldier in 1st Va. Regt., commanded by Col. Geo. 



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Washington, and continued in same till disbanded. Spotsylvania Co., Feb. 
17, 1780. 

Richard Matthews, soldier in Capt. Christopher Hudson's Co. of Regu- 
lars, in 1758, till legally discharged ; and also corporal in Capt. Meredith's 
Co. of Regulars, in 1760, until legally discharged. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Wm. Smither, Sr., soldier, till properly discharged, in 1760 in a regt. 
raised for the immediate defense of the state. Caroline Co., Feb. 10, 1780. 

George Turner, soldier in 1st Va. Regt., commanded by Col. Geo. Wash- 
ington, and continued in same till regt. was disbanded. Caroline Co., Feb. 
10, 1780. 

Larkin Chew, Ensign 2d Va. Regt., raised in 1758, under command of Col. 
Byrd, and continued therein till said regt. was disbanded ; also Lieut, in 1st 
Va. Regt., at that time under command of Col. Byrd, and remained therein till 
said regt. was disbanded ; afterwards said Chew entered the regt. commanded 
by Col. Adam Stephen, and served therein as Lieut, till said regt. was dis- 
banded. Spotsylvania Co., Feb. 17, 1780. 

Wm. Daingerfield, Capt. 1st Va. Regt. in 1758, under command of Col. 
Washington, and continued therein till it was disbanded ; and afterwards in 
a regt. commanded by Adam Stephen in the same capacity of Capt. Spot- 
sylvania Co., Feb. 17, 1780. 

Christopher Gist, deed., Captain of Rangers in 1756 for the defense of the 
frontiers, and served until said company was discharged in 175- (7?). 
Nathaniel Gist, heir-at-law. 

Nathl. Gist, Lieut, in Capt. Christopher Gist's Co. of Rangers in 1756, and 
served till the company was reduced in 1757 ; and also as a Capt. in Col. Geo. 
Washington's regt., called the 1st Va. Regt., raised in 1756 and disbanded in 
1762, and that he continued in the regt. until disbanded ; also as a Capt. in 
the regt. commanded by Col. Adam Stephen, raised in 1762, and continued as 
Capt. until that was disbanded. Spotsylvania Co., Feb. 17, 1780. 

Jno. Bradford, Corp. in 2d Va. Regt., commanded by Col. Wm. Byrd. 
Certificate from Capt. Saml. Meredith. King William Co., Feb. 16, 1780. 

Jno. Brown, soldier in 2d Va. Regt. of Regulars, commanded by Col. Wm. 
Byrd, in 1758, till same was disbanded. King and Queen Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Thos. Davis, Sergt. in 2d Va. Regt., Col. Wm. Byrd commanding, in 
1756, and continued till disbanded. King and Queen Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Chas. Turner, soldier in 2d Va. Regt. of Regulars, Col. Wm. Byrd com- 
manding, in 1758, till disbanded. King and Queen Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Wm. Barlow, soldier in 2d Va. Regt. of Regulars, Col. Wm. Byrd com- 
manding, in 1758, till disbanded. King and Queen Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Jno. Harvey, soldier in 2d Va. Regt. of Regulars, Col. Wm. Byrd com- 
manding, in 1758, till disbanded. King and Queen Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Thomas and William Cooper, both of whom served in the Va. Regt. com- 
manded by Col. Wm. Byrd in the war between Great Britain and France, 
upwards of 20 years ago, till same was disbanded. James Cooper, heir-at- 
law to his two brothers. Essex Co., Feb. 25, 1780. 



28 VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 

John O'Neal, soldier in Va. Regt. commanded by Col. Wm. Peachey, till 
regiment was disbanded. Certificate signed by Jno. Hickman, Gent. King 
William Co., Feb., 1780. 

Edmond Foster, soldier in Capt. Saml. Overton's Co. of Rangers in 1756 
until legally discharged. By cert, under hand of Capt. Saml. Meredith, it ap- 
pears that said Foster was soldier in Col. By rd's regiment in 1758. Louisa Co., 
Feb. 14, 1780. 

Wm. Wousley (Moseley ?), soldier in Capt. Gunn's Co. of Regulars in 1758, 
till legally discharged, also soldier in Capt. Meredith's Co. of Rangers in 1759, 
till legally discharged. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

David Stewart, deceased, principal commissary on Col. Andrew Lewis' Ex- 
pedition against the Indians in 1758. John Stewart, son and heir. Greenbrier 
Co., Feb., 1780. 

Geo. Underwood, entitled to 200 acres of land for services in last war agree- 
able to Proc. of 1763. Williamsburg, April 16, 1774. Dunmore. 

Matthew Roberts, a free negro, who served as a soldier in 1st Va. Regt., is 
entitled to 50 acres of land by His Majesty's Proc. of 1763. Dec. 16, 1773. 
Dunmore. 

Wm. Foster, soldier in Capt. Saml. Overton's Co. of Rangers in 1755, till 
legally discharged. Said Foster also was a soldier in said Overton's Co. of 
Rangers in 1756, till legally discharged. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Thomas Mourning, soldier in Va. Batt. under command Wm. Byrd, Esq., 
in 1758, till legally discharged. Hanover Co., Mar. 2, 1780. 

Benj. Oliver, soldier till properly discharged in 1758, in a regiment raised 
for immediate defense, etc. Caroline Co., Feb. 10, 1780. 

Eustace Howard, soldier in 2nd Va. Reg. of Regulars, commanded by Col. 
Wm. Byrd in 1758, till legally discharged. Middlesex Co., Feb. 28, 1780. 

Jno. McKendree, Sergt. 2nd Va. Regt. of Regulars, commanded by Col. 
Wm. Byrd, till legally discharged. King and Queen Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Wm. Halliard, soldier in 2nd Va. Regt. of Regulars, commanded by Col. 
Wm. Byrd in 1758, till legally discharged. King and Queen Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Wm. Byrd, Col. 2nd Va. Regt. of Regulars till same was disbanded in 1758; 
also Col. in the Va. Regt. in 1759, 1760, 1761 and part of 1762. Certf. from the 
Hustings Court of Williamsburg. February 9, 1780. Presented by Mary Byrd, 
Executrix of the last will and testament of the Honble. Wm. Byrd, deceased. 

Jno. Smith, deceased, Lieut, in Capt. Jno. Smith's Co. of Rangers, 1756, 
raised in this state, and was killed at Fort Vause when attacked by the enemy, 
French and Indians, in that year. Abraham Smith, brother and heir-at-law of 
John Smith, deceased. Rockingham Co., Nov. 23, 1779. 

Thos. Standley, Corpl. in 2nd Va. Regt. commanded by Wm. Byrd, till 
same was disbanded. Certf. from Saml. Meredith, Gent. 

Stephen Smith, soldier in 2nd Va. Regt. commanded by Wm. Byrd, till 
same was disbanded. King William Co., Feb. 16, 1780. 

Benj. Harris, deceased, soldier in Capt. Christopher Hudson's Co. of Ran- 



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ger9 in 1758, until legally discharged. Fredk. Harris, guardian to Overton 
Harris, heir-at-law to said Benj. Harris. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Chas. Barrett, Sergt. in Capt. Win. Phillip's Co. of Vol. Rangers in 1763, 
until legally discharged. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Robt. Goodwin, soldier in Capt. Wm. Phillip's Vol. Company of Rangers 
in 1763, until legally discharged. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

James Bullock, Ensign in Capt. Wm. Phillip's Co. of Vol. soldiers in 1763, 
until said company was discharged. Hanover Co., Mar. 2, 1780. 

Philip Cosby, soldier in Capt. Wm. Phillip's Co. of Vol. Rangers in 1763. 
Said Cosby is since dead and David Cosby is heir-at-law. Louisa Co. , Feb. 
14, 1780. 

James Ward, deceased, Lieut, in Capt. McClannehan's Co. under com- 
mand of Col. Bouquet on an expedition against the Indians in 1764. Wm. 
Ward, son and heir of said deceased. Williamsburg, Mar. 6, 1780. 

Solomon Carpenter, deceased, soldier in Capt. Dickerson's Co of Rangers 
for protection and defense of the frontiers of Va. in 1758-59. Thos. Carpenter 
heir-at-law. Botetourt Court, Feb., 1780. 

Ezekiel Johnson, soldier in Capt. Dickerson's Co. of Rangers on frontiers 
of the Colony, 1757-58 and 1759. Botetourt Co., Feb., 1780. 

Richard Evans, soldier 1763 in war between Great Britain and France, 
until properly discharged. Essex Co., Feb. 21, 1780. 

Augustine Ramsey, soldier in war between Great Britain and France, up- 
wards of 20 years ago, until properly discharged. Essex Co., Feb. 21, 1780. 

John Sallard (Tallard?), of Richmond Co., subaltern officer in 1759, x 76o 
and 1 761 in regiments commanded by Col. Wm. Byrd and others, until prop- 
erly discharged. Richmond Co., Mar. 6, 1780. 

John Horn, deed. , non-commissioned officer under Col. Mercer in the late 
war in 1758, in which service said Horn died. John Avis, legal representative. 
CulpeperCo., Feb. 21, 1780. 

Colby Chew, Lieut, in Va. Regt. in 1758 under Col. Washington, and was 
wounded by the Indians by which he was drowned in the waters of the Ohio. 
Benj. Johnston, in behalf of Joseph Chew, legal representative of Colby Chew. 

Mordecai Buckner, Capt. in Col. Adam Stephen's Regt. raised in 1758 by 
this state, till properly discharged. Culpeper Co., Feb. 21, 1780. 

Neil McCauley, soldier in 1758 in Capt. John Field's company in Col. Wm. 
Byrd's regiment, till properly discharged. Culpeper Co., Feb. 21, 1780. 

James Black, soldier in 1758 under Gen. Braddock, and served until dis- 
charged. Culpeper Co., Feb. 21, 1780. 

Edward Jones, Corpl., and Wm. Jones, soldier, under Col. Geo. Washing- 
ton in 1758, both of whom died in the service of this state. Culpeper Co. , Feb. 
21, 1780. 

John Summers, Sergt. in 2nd Va. Regt. under command of Col. Wm. Byrd. 
Williamsburg, May 7, 1774. Dunmore. 



3° VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 

Chas. Scott, Esq., private, Corpl., Sergt., Ensign ist Va. Regt. raised in 
Va. before the Proclamation of the King in 1763. General Court held in Town 
of Richmond, Mar. 2, 1780. 

Edwd. Foley, soldier in 1760, ist Va. Regt. raised for immediate defense, 
etc., until properly discharged. Spotsylvania Co., Feb. 17, 1780. 

Benjamin Temple, Lieut, in Va. Batt. of Regulars, commanded by Col. 
Wm. Peachey in 1759, until properly discharged. Hanover Co., Mar. 2, 1780. 

Holt Richeson, Lieut, in Va. Batt. of Regulars, commanded by Wm. 
Peachey, Esqr., in 1759, until properly discharged. Hanover Co., Mar. 2, 1780. 

James Riddle, non-commissioned officer in Capt. Hogg's Co. of Rangers in 
1758. Orange Co., Feb. 24, 1780. 

Anthony Hughes, soldier in Capt. Stubb's Co., under command of Col. 
Byrd, in French war in 1760, until legally discharged. Fluvanna Co., Feb. 3, 
1780. 

Capt. John Smith, entitled as Capt. of the new levies, to 3,000 acres agree- 
able to King's Proc. of 1763. Dec. 16, 1773. Dunmore. 

James May, soldier in Col. Washington's Regt. from 1756-1762 till properly 
discharged. Frederick Co., Mar. 9, 1780. 

David Kennedy, quarter-master to a troop of light horse in the service of 
the Colony of Va., commanded by Capt. Robert Stewart, and served therein 
until troop was reduced. Appointed in year 1755. In year 1756 was appointed 
Deputy Commissary under Dr. Thos. Walker to the troops serving on the Va. 
frontiers, and served about 2 years. In 1758 was appointed Quarter-master to 
the Va. regiment commanded by Col. Washington, and likewise appointed En- 
sign in the said regiment in which capacities he served until the regiment was 
reduced. When a regiment was raised in 1762, under command of Col. Adam 
Stephen, he was appointed Lieut., under which commission he likewise acted 
as Quarter-master until the regiment was reduced. Frederick Co. Court, Feb., 
1780. 

Reuben Vass, Lieut, until properly discharged, in the campaign of 1758, 
also campaign of 1762, in different regiments raised for the defense of this 
state. Caroline Co. Court, Mar., 1780. 

Thos. Hutcherson, soldier till properly discharged in the campaign of 1760 
in different regiments raised for the defense of the state. Caroline Co., Mar., 
1780. 

Jno. Johnson, soldier in 1758 in a regiment raised for the immediate de- 
fense of the state, till properly discharged. Caroline Co. 

James Taylor, Ensign in Capt. Hogg's Co. of Rangers in 1758. Caroline 
Co., Mar. 9, 1780. 

Richd. Johnston, Gent., Lieut, in the campaigns of 1758, also in the cam- 
paign of 1759, in different regiments raised for immediate defense of this state. 

Tho9. Morris, soldier till properly discharged in 1759 in a regiment for the 
immediate defense of this state. Orange Co., Feby., 1780. 

Freeman Lewelling, John Gaulding, Chas. Howall and James Foster, sev- 
erally privates in late war between Great Britain and France, under command 



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of Col. Wm. Byrd, and continued in service during their enlistments. Prince 
Edward Co., Feby. Court, 1780. 

Edwd. Penix, deceased, soldier under command of the late Hon. Wm. 
Byrd, Esqr., until he was discharged, and on his return the said Penix died. 
Jeremiah Penix, heir-at-law. Prince Edward Co., Feby. Court, 1780. 

Nathan Gibson, soldier in Capt. Christian's Co. of Rangers in 1760 till 
legally discharged. Louisa Co., Nov. 18, 1779. 

James Melton, soldier in Capt. Overton's Co. of Rangers in 1756 till le- 
gally discharged; also soldier in Capt. Posey's Co. in year 1758 till legally dis- 
charged. Louisa Co., Oct. 11, 1779. 

Wm. Melton, soldier in Capt. Christian's Co. of Rangers ; soldier in 
Capt. Overton's Co. of Rangers in 1756 ; soldier in Capt. Hudson's Co. in 

1758, till legally discharged. Louisa Co., Oct. 11, 1779. 

Ansolem Clarkson, soldier in Capt. Overton's Co. of Rangers in 1755 till 
legally discharged; served twice as a Sergeant in said company in 1756 till 
properly discharged. Louisa Co., Oct. n, 1779. 

Wm. Ahorn, soldier in Capt. Overton's Co. of Rangers in 1756 till dis- 
charged. Louisa Co., Nov. 8, 1779. 

Anthony Thompson, soldier in Capt. Jos. Fox's Co. of Rangers in 1756 
till legally discharged. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Dumas Lane, soldier in Capt. Christian's Co. of Rangers in 1760 till 
legally discharged. Louisa Co., Oct. 11, 1779. 

Jno. Shepperson, soldier in Capt. Overton's Co. of Rangers in 1756 till 
legally discharged. Louisa Co., Oct. n, 1779. 

Thos. Buford, deceased, Sergt. under Gen. Braddock in 1754, and was dis- 
charged. Sergt. again under Braddock in 1755. Lieut, under Col. Washing- 
ton in 1756 ; Lieut, under Col. Byrd in 1758 ; Lieut, in another regiment under 
Col. Byrd in 1759. 

James Buford, Gent., guardian of John Buford and executor of Thos. Bu- 
ford, deceased, aforesaid. Bedford Co., Feby. Court, 1780. 

Joseph Ray, Cadet in the Va. Regt., marched up to Fort Ligeneve where 
he wa9 appointed by Genl. Stanwix as Supt. of a company of Artificers and 
received Captain's pay, and continued in same station during the campaign of 

1759, and until the army retired to winter quarters. Augusta Co., Nov. 17, 
1779. 

Miles Kenty, deed., soldier in Capt. Thos. Fleming's Co. of Regulars in 
1758 till legally discharged. Anthony Kenty, heir-at-law. 

Miles Kenty, deceased, Sergt. in Capt. Jno. Posey's Co. of Regulars in 
1760 till legally discharged. Anthony Kenty, heir-at-law. Louisa Co., Feb. 
14, 1780. 

Gen. Geo. Weedon, Capt. -Lieut. 1st Va. Regt., also served in Col. Adam 
Stephen's Regt. from time it was raised till it was discharged, with rank of 
Capt. Spotsylvania Co., Feb. 17, 1780. 

Jacob Sharp, entitled to 50 acres of land, agreeable to the King's Proc. of 
1763. March 29, 1774. Dunmore. 



32 VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 

Thos. Poo, entitled to 50 acres of land , agreeable to the King's Proc. of 
1763. May 29, 1774 Dunmore. 

Wm. Oglesby, soldier in Col. Byrd's Va. Regt. and thereby entitled to 
50 acres of land under Proc. of 1763. Dec. 14, 1773. Dunmore. 

Wm. Flanders, soldier in Va. Regt. under command of Col. Wm. Byrd, 
and is entitled to 50 acres of land under Proc. of 1763. Dec. 14, 1773. Dunmore. 

Thos. Craddock, entitled to 200 acres of land as a fifer under King's Proc. 
of 1763. Williamsburg, June 2, 1774. Dunmore. 

Bartlet Ford, entitled to 50 acres of land as a soldier in the late war, 
agreeable to King's Proclamation of 1763. Williamsburg, June 2, 1774. 
Dunmore. 

Moses Parrish, entitled to 50 acres of land under King's Proc, 1763, as 
a soldier in last war. Williamsburg, May 17, 1774. 

Wm. Blunkall, entitled to 200 acres of land as a Corpl. in the last war 
agreeable to King's Proc. of 1763. Williamsburg, May 12, 1774. Dunmore. 

Stephen Atkins, entitled to 50 acres of land as a soldier in late war, 
agreeable to King's Proc. of 1763. Williamsburg, June 2, 1774. Dunmore. 

Chas. Jordan, entitled to 200 acres of land as a Sergt. in the late war, 
agreeable to King's Proc. of 1763. Williamsburg, June 2, 1774. Dunmore. 

Joseph Stephens, deed., Major and Engineer in 1758 in a Regt. raised 
for the immediate defense of this state. Richard Stevens, son and heir-at- 
law of said Jos. Stephens. 

Jno. Reeves, deed., soldier in Capt. Blagg's Company, Col. Adam 
Stephen's Regt. five years, and was discharged by virtue of an Act of As- 
sembly for that purpose. Saml. Howard, son-in-law to said John Reeves. 
Buckingham Co., Feb. 14, 17S0. 

Jno. Baker Turner, Christopher Fielding and Patrick Ritchie served as 
soldiers in the 1st Va. Regt. commanded by Col. Washington. Jos. Grimsley 
and John Brumley, soldiers in 2nd Va. Regt. commanded by Col. Byrd. 
Culpeper Co., Feb. 21, 1780. 

Wm. Poulter enlisted as a soldier under Alexr. Waugh in 1759, an( ^ served 
in Col. Byrd's Regt., on the frontiers of Va. Culpeper Co., Dec. 20, 1779. 

Hancock Eustace, Esqr., entitled to 3,000 acres of land agreeable to the 
King's Proc. of 1763. Williamsburg, Dec. 30, 1773. Dunmore. 

Wm. Peachey, Gent., served as Lieut.-Col. Commanding, of the Frontier 
Battl. in 1759 till same was properly discharged. Richmond Co., Mar. 6, 1780. 

Wm. Peachey, Gent. , Capt. in regiment commanded by Col. Geo. Washing- 
ton in 1755, 1756 and 1757, and continued in same till it was reduced. Rich- 
mond Co., March 6, 1780. 

Jno. Hughes, soldier in the Va. Regt. and is entitled to 50 acres of land 
under the King's Proc. of 1763. Williamsburg, April 15, 1774. Dunmore. 

Thos. Sanders, soldier in the 2nd Va. Regt. under command of Capt. Jno. 
Lightfoot in the last French and Indian war. New Kent Co., Mar. 9, 1780. 

W. Bowles, soldier in the 2d Va. Regt., Col. Wm. Byrd commanding. 



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Certf . by Saml. Meredith, Gent. , who served as a Capt. in the late war between 
Great Britain and France. Chas. Tyler, heir-at-law. Henrico Co., Feb., 1780. 

James Moss, is entitled to 50 acres of land as a soldier in the late war, 
agreeable to the King's Proc. of 1763. Williamsburg, April 20, 1774. Dunmore. 

James Mercer, Esqr. , makes oath that two of his brothers, Geo. Mercer 
and John Fenton Mercer, were in the service of the State in 1754. Geo. Mer- 
cer as Captain and John Fenton Mercer, Ensign, in a Va. Regt. raised for the 
defense of the frontiers of this state commanded by Col. Joshua Fry, and 
continued in said service till said regiment was reduced. That in the year 1755 
in the expedition against Fort Duquesne the said George commanded an in- 
dependent company and the said John Fenton was appointed a Lieutenant of 
Horse, commanded by Capt. Robert Stewart, in which service they continued 
till that corps was discharged. That in the old Va. Regt. commanded by Col. 
George Washington, the said George and John Fenton Mercer commanded 
companies and continued therein till the said John Fenton was killed by the 
enemy, and the said George was promoted to the rank of Lieut-Col. in the 
2nd Va. Regt. commanded by Hon. Wm. Byrd, until the same was reduced. 
The said George is heir-at-law to the said John Fenton Mercer. At Genl. 
Crt. held in Richmond Town, Va., March 22, 1780. James Mercer, Atto. for 
Geo. Mercer. 

Chas. Dick, Esq., commissioned and acted as a commissary of provisions 
and horses for the Va. troops sometime in the year 1754, and continued therein 
until army was provided for by contract which superseded his appointment. 
He was also commissioned and acted in like department for the British troops 
in this State on the expedition against Ft. Duquesne, and so served until his 
appointment was superseded by occasion of the army's being supplied by con- 
tract. Genl. Crt., Richmond, Va., March 22, 1780. 

James Mercer, Esqr., deed., was an inhabitant of this State before 1745 
and left same as an officer of a company raised here, on the expedition against 
Carthagena and returned here in 1755 as a captain in the 18th Regt. of Foot, 
commanded by Col. Dunbar on an expedition against Fort Duquesne. That 
he acted in the same regiment till his death, which happened in North America 
some time in the year 1758 or 1759, when he was a Major. That at the time 
of his death John Mercer of Stafford Co. became his heir, as his only brother 
who died in the year 1768, and by his will and under his title John Francis 
Mercer, an infant, then and still an inhabitant of this State, is entitled to the 
land under the King's Proc. of 1763. Genl. Crt., Richmond, Va., March 22 
1780. 

Mordecai Buckner, Gent., Capt. till properly discharged, in a Regt. raised 
for immediate defense of this state under command of Col. Stephen in 1762. 
Essex. 

Mordecai Buckner, Gent. Quarter-master, till properly discharged, in 
1755, i n the forces raised for immediate defense of this state, whereof Adam 
Stephen, Gent., was eldest Capt. Essex. 

Wm. Madison, deed., Corpl. in Va. Regt. under my command. Signed. 
March 31, 1774. W. Byrd. Thos. Arbuthnott, heir, of Essex Co., March 20, 
1780. 

Jno. Stadler, Lieut, in Penna, Regt. under command of Col. Armstrong, 
entitled under King's Proc. of 1763. Jan. 8, 1774. Dunmore. 



34 VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 

Jno. Johnson, soldier in Capt. Peter Hogg's Co. of Rangers in 1758, till 
legally discharged. Louisa Co., March 31, 1780. 

Col. Zachary Lewis, Lieut, in 1756 till legally discharged, " as recruiting 
officer enlisted 30 men and passed them at the general rendezvous at Win- 
chester in 1758, but did not get a commission of a Captain although he had an 
unconditional promise for the same by the late Pres. Blair. ' ' Louisa Co. , 
March 13, 1780. 

Francis Barnes, soldier in 1758 under Gen. Forbes. Culpeper Co. , Jan. 
17, 1780. 

Thos. Murphy, soldier in 1758 under Gen. Forbes. Culpeper Co., Jan. 
17, 1780. 

Danl. McCarty, deed. , soldier in Va. Regt. under my command, and that 
Sarah Raines, wife of Giles Raines, is sister and heiress-at-law of said Daniel 
McCarty. May 6, 1774. W. Byrd. Said McCarty served in 2nd Va. Regt. in 
Capt. Jno. Roote'sCo. New Kent Co., March 2, 1780. Proved by Giles 
Raines. 

Thos. Hutcheson, soldier till properly discharged in 1758 and 1760 in a 
regiment raised for immediate defense of the state. Caroline Co. 

Nathan Holloway, soldier till properly discharged in 1762 in a regiment 
raised for immediate defense of the state. Caroline Co., March Crt., 1780. 

Wm. McCormick, Lieut, in a Co. of Rangers in the Va. service in Col. 
Henry Bouquet's campaign. Yohogania Co., Feb., 1780. 

Isaac Cox, Ensign, in a corps of Rangers raised in Va. and in actual 
service in Col. Henry Bouquet's campaign in 1763. Yohogania Co., Oct., 1779. 

George McCarmick, Ensign in a Co. of Rangers in Va. service in Col. 
Henry Bouquet's campaign in 1763. Yohogania Co., Feb., 1780. 

Jacob Morris, Sergt. in the service of Va. is entitled to 200 acres of land 
under the King's Proc. of 1763. .Feb. 14, 1774. Dunmore. 

Samuel Burton, private in the regiment commanded by the late Hon. 
Wm. Byrd, Esq. , in the late war between Gt. Britain and France. Prince 
Edward Co., March, 1780. 

Jonathan Smith, Lieut, in the Regular service in the late war between 
Gt. Britain and France, in the Regt. commanded by the late Hon. Wm. Byrd, 
Esq. Prince Edward Co., March, 1780. 

Robt. Ray burn, entitled to 100 acres of land agreeable to King's Proc. of 
1763. March 29, 1774. Dunmore. 

Thos. Hitchcock, soldier in 1763 in a regiment raised for immediate de- 
fense of this state, commanded by Col. Wm. Byrd. Essex Co., Feb., 1780. 

Newman Boulware, deed., soldier in 1760 in a regiment raised for the 
immediate defense of this state. Margt., Jennitt and Elizabeth Boulware, 
co-heirs of said Newman Boulware. Caroline Co. , March, 1780. 

Wm. Rennolds, soldier till properly discharged in 1758 in a regiment 
raised for immediate defense, etc. Caroline Co., March Crt., 1780. 

Thos. Thorp, Corpl. till properly discharged in 1760 in a regiment raised 
for immediate defense, etc. Caroline Co., March, 1780. 



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Saml. Taylor, soldier in 1758 in a regiment raised for immediate defense, 
etc. Caroline Co., March, 1780. 

Jno. Carter, soldier in 1758 in a regiment raised for immediate defense, 
etc. Caroline Co., March, 1780. 

Lemuel Barret, entitled to 3,000 acres of land agreeable to Proc. of 1763. 
March 30, 1774. Dunmore. 

Zaccheus Cosby, soldier in Capt. Win. Phillip's Co. of Vol. Rangers in 
1763, and continued in same till legally discharged. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Wm. Edwards, soldier in Capt. Walter Stewart's Co. of Regulars in 1758, 
till legally discharged. Louisa Co., March 13, 1780. 

James Cowper, enlisted under Richd. Johnson of Caroline as a soldier in 
1760 ; served till legally discharged under Capt. Chas. Scott in his Co. of 
Regulars. Louisa Co. , March 13, 1780. 

James Garrett, entitled to 200 acres of land as a Sergt. in the late war 
agreeable to Proc. of 1763. Williamsburg, April 25, 1774. Dunmore. 

Jno. Lawson, entitled to 2,000 acres of land under Proc. of 1763. Williams- 
burg, Dec. 30, 1773. Dunmore. 

Robt. Hughes, soldier in Va. Regt. and is entitled to 50 acres of land 
under Proc. of 1763. Williamsburg, April 15, 1774. Dunmore. 

In winter of 1774, Lord Dunmore then governor of Va. granted a warrant 
for 2,000 acres of land located in Augusta Co., unto Lieut. Alex. McDonnald, 
which in March, 1774, said McDonnald sold unto Jno. Cary and Jno. Swan. 
(No date.) 

Thos. Price, Esq., Capt. in Penna. Regt. under command of Col. Mercer, 
is entitled to 3,000 acres agreeable to Proc. of 1763. February 28, 1774. Dun- 
more. 

Wm. Thomson entitled to 3,000 acres of land under Proc. of 1763. Williams- 
burg, April 2, 1774. Durmore. 

Robert Breckenridge, Gentl. , deed. , commanded a company of soldiers 
that was incorporated with a detachment of the 1st Va. Regt. in 1756 ; served 
in the expedition commanded by Col. Andrew Lewis against the Shawnees 
that year, till the company was disbanded. Alex. Breckenridge heir-at-law to 
said Robert. Botetourt Crt., Dec, 1779. 

John Heland, enlisted as a soldier in 1756 in the old Va. Regt. and served 
therein 4 years, and was discharged for infirmities as appears from his dis- 
charge from Col. Wm. Byrd, who then commanded the regiment. Frederick 
Co., March 18, 1780. 

James Keeling, Corpl. in the Va. Regt. of regulars, commanded by Col. 
Washington, raised for the last war and continued therein till sd. regt. was 
disbanded in 1762. Frederick Co., Mar. 8, 1780. 

Adam Stephen, Esqr. in 1754 appointed eldest Captain in corps raised and 
commanded by Col. Fry ; upon death of Col. Fry he was promoted to rank of 
Major or Lieut. Col. in said corps and served therein during the period for 
which the said corps was raised. He was appointed paymaster to the 
troops raised in winter of 1754 and spring of 1755, an ^ acted as such until 



36 VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 

superseded by the appointment of Mr. Byrd in April. Under command of 
Genl. Braddock he acted as Capt. Commandant and eldest officer at that 
time in Virginia service upon the said Braddock's expedition. When Col. 
Washington resumed the command of the Va. Regt. he was appointed Lieut. 
Col. thereof and served in that capacity under said Washington and after- 
wards under Col. Byrd until the regiment was reduced in spring of 1762. 
That he commanded the Va. Regt. raised in the year 1762. Frederick Co., 
Mar. 8, 1780. 

Gabriel Throckmorton, appointed in 1758 Lieut, in a regiment commanded 
by Col. Byrd and served in that capacity until the same was disbanded. In 
1759 he was appointed a Capt. in a Battl. raised for the defense of the front- 
iers, commanded by Col. Wm. Peachey, and served therein till same was dis- 
banded in 1760. Frederick Co., Mar. 8, 1780. 

Saml. Sparks, soldier in 1754 in the Battle of the Meadows and afterwards 
enlisted in the old Va. Regt. commanded by Col. Washington, and continued 
therein till same was disbanded. Frederick Co., Mar. 9, 1780. 

J no. Creagh, entitled to 200 acres of land as a Sergt. in late war under 
Proc. of 1763. Williamsburg, May 14, 1774. Dunmore. 

Jno. Poasdell, Sergt. in 1st Va. Regt. until same was disbanded. Stafford 
Co., Feb., 1780. 

Richd. Griffin and John Osbourn, boch soldiers in Capt. Robt. Mumford's 
Co.; James Owen, Thos. Chamberlyne and Stephen Mallett, in Capt. Gunn's 
Co.; and Saml. Bentley in Capt. Saml. Meredith's Co., belonging to Col. 
Wm. Byrd's regiment, and that they all served to close of the war. Mecklen- 
burg Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Jno. Farrar, Sergt. in Capt. James Walker's Co., in the last war in Col. 
Byrd's Regt. and served until legally discharged. Mecklenburg Co., Mar. 13, 
1780. 

Thos. Matthews, soldier in Capt. James Gunn's Co.; Wm. Watts, soldier 
in Capt. Jno. Smith's Co. ; all belonging to the Regt. commanded by Col. Wm. 
Byrd ; Wm. Avery served as soldier in Capt. Jno. McNeil's Co., 1st Va. Regt. 
They were all soldiers in last war between Gt. Britain and France, and served 
to close of the war. Mecklenburg Co., Mar. 13, 1780. 

Dabney Carr, deed., soldier in Capt. Wm. Phillip's Co. Vol. Rangers in 
1763 till legally discharged. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Michael Reasoner, entitled to 50 acres of land agreeable to Proc. of the 
King in 1763. Williamsburg, Feb. 14, 1774. Dunmore. 

Thos. Lewis entitled to 200 acres of land under Proc. of 1763. May 22, 
1774. Dunmore. 

John Bridge entitled to 50 acres of land agreeable to Proc. of 1763. May 
22, 1774. Dunmore. 

Jno. Hall, Sergt. in Capt. Wm. Phillip's Co. of Rangers in 1763 till legally 
discharged. Sd. Jno. Hall is since dead and Wm. Lipscomb is Guard, to Bliz. 
and Sarah Hall, co-heirs said John Hall. Louisa Co., Mar, 13, 1780. 

Richard Phillips, soldier in Capt. Joseph Fox's Co. of Rangers in 1755, 
until legally discharged. Louisa Co., Mar. 13, 1780. 



LAND BOUNTY CERTIFICATES 37 

Jno. Freeman, soldier in Capt. Wm. Phillip's Co. of Rangers in 1763 till 
legally discharged. Louisa Co., Mar. 13, 1780. 

John Wheelor, soldier in 1758 till his death. Moses Wheelor heir-at-law 
to sd. John. Louisa Co., Mar. 13, 1780. 

Thos. Bibb, 1st Lieut, in Capt. Jos. Fox's Co. of Vol. Rangers in 1755 till 
legally discharged. Said Bibb is dead and Richard Phillips is his executor. 
Louisa Co., Mar. 13, 1780. 

Wm. Wheelor, soldier in 1758 till his death and Moses Wheelor is his 
heir-at-law. Louisa Co., Mar. 13, 1780. 

By the oath of Capt. Joseph Fox it appears that Capt. William Phillips 
enlisted and served in his Co. of Rangers in the year 1755 till legally dis- 
charged. Louisa Co., Mar. 13, 1780. 

Joseph Hopkins, Jnr., Sergt. in Capt. James Gunn's Co. of Regulars in 
1759 till legally discharged. Louisa Co., Mar. 13, 1780. 

Chas. Hester, soldier in Capt. Wm. Phillip's Co. of Vol. Rangers in 1763 till 
legally discharged. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Capt. Wm. Hughes enlisted and served part of his time as a Sergt. in 
Capt. Wm. Phillip's Co, of Vol. Rangers in 1763 ; one of Capt. Phillip's 
Lieuts. being killed, the said Hughes did duty as Ensign till legally dis- 
charged, receiving pay of an Knsign. Louisa Co., Mar. 13, 1780. 

John Hill entitled to 200 acres of land as Sergt. in the late war agreeable 
to the King's Proc. of 1763. Williamsburg, May 17, 1774. Dunmore. 

John Clark served as Sergt. in 1st Va. Regt. and is entitled to 200 acres 
of land agreeable to the King's Proc. of 1763. Williamsburg, May 22, 1774. 
Dunmore. 

John Dickinson Littlepage, entitled to 2,000 acres of land "for his servis 
as ensign in ye Va. servis," agreeable to King's Proc. of 1763. Jan. 31, 1774. 
Dunmore. 

Daniel Tilman, Sergt. in Capt. Flemming's Co. under command of Wm. 
Peachey, Col. of the Frontier Battl. in 1758 ; until legally discharged. Flu- 
vanna Co., Apr. 6, 1780. 

George Bhrmantrout, soldier in Capt. Hogg's Co. of Rangers and con- 
tinued in the service until discharged in 1758. Rockingham Co., Apr. 24, 1780. 

Danl. Grubb, soldier in Capt. Hogg's Co. of Rangers, and continued in 
the service until the said company was discharged in 1758. Rockingham Co., 
Apr. 24, 1780. 

Abraham Moone, soldier in Capt. Bullett's Co. of Regulars in last war, 
till legally discharged. Botetourt Co., March, 1780. 

John Hooker, soldier in old Va. Regt. commanded by Col. Geo. Washing- 
ton (enlisted when same was raised), also appointed non-commissioned officer 
in said company in which capacity he served until it was disbanded. Fred- 
erick Co., Apr. 4, 1780. 

Stephen Blankenship, soldier in 1st Va. Regt. of Regulars, raised during 
the late war between Gt. Britain and France and continued in said Regt. 



38 VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 

until he was taken prisoner by the enemy, with whom he continued till the 
end of the war. Genl. Crt. held in town of Richmond, Mar. 2, 1780. 

Wm, Jenkins, soldier in the old Va. Regt. in late war, wherein he served 
during the whole war. Frederick Co., May 2, 1780. 

Wm. Banton enlisted in 1760 in Col. Byrd's Regt. of Regulars raised 
during the late war between Gt. Britain and France till legally discharged. 
Chesterfield Co., Apr. 7, 1780. 

Smith Williamson, soldier in regular service in Col. Byrd's Regt. entitled 
to 50 acres of land. Rockbridge Co., Sept., 1779. 

David Graham, deceased, soldier in Capt. Wm. Preston's Co. of Rangers 
in late war between Gt. Britain and France in 1758. John Graham guardian 
to Joseph Graham. Augusta Co., Mar. 21, 1780. 

Jeremiah Blewford, soldier in regiment commanded by Col. William Byrd 
in the last Indian war in America. King George Co., Apr. Court, 1780. 

Linn Banks, soldier in 1759 ; Sergt. in 1760 in Va. troops under command 
of Col. Wm. Byrd in late war. Amherst Co., Feb., 1780. 

John Wiley, soldier in the regular additional troops to the Va. Regt. 
during the Cherokee expedition in 1760, commanded by Col. Byrd ; about six 
months, till legally discharged. Montgomery Co., May, 1780. 

John Dastforan, deed., soldier in 175S and 1759 in a company of Rangers 
under Robert Rutherford's command, until same was reduced. Berkeley, 
Court, March, 1780. 

Edward Luce, Sergt. in Capt. Robert. Rutherford's Co. of Rangers until 
same was reduced. Berkeley, Mar., 1780. 

Jonathan Seaman, Corpl. in 1758 and 1759 in a company of Rangers under 
command of Capt. Robert Rutherford, till same was reduced. Berkeley Co., 
March, 1780. 

Thos. Bright, soldier in 1758, in Capt. Robert Rutherford's Co. of Rangers 
till same was reduced. Berkeley Co., Mar,, 1780. 

Alex. Lemon, soldier in 1758 and 1759, in Capt. Robert Rutherford's Co. 
of Rangers till same was reduced. Berkeley Co., March, 1780. 

Joseph Hedge, soldier in 1758 and 1759 in Capt. Robt. Rutherford's Co. of 
Rangers till it was reduced. Berkeley Co., March, 1780. 

James Shirley, soldier in 1758 and 1759, in Capt. Robt. Rutherford's Co. 
of Rangers till it was reduced. ' Berkeley Co., Mar. Crt., 1780. 

Jacob Rush, soldier in 1758 and 1759, in Capt. Rutherford's Co. of Rangers 
until it was reduced. Berkeley Co., Mar., 1780. 

Walter Shirley, soldier in 1758 and 1759, in Capt. Robt. Rutherford's Co. 
of Rangers, till same was reduced. Berkeley Co., Mar., 1780. 

John Rouse, Sergt. in 1758 and 1759, in Capt. Robt. Rutherford's Co. of 
Rangers, until same was reduced. Berkeley Co., Mar., 1780. 

Richard Bowen, soldier in 1758 and 1759 in Capt. Robt. Rutherford's Co. 
of Rangers, until it was reduced. Berkeley Co., Mar., 1780. 



LAND BOUNTY CERTIFICATES 39 

Thos. Edmondson, entitled to 200 acres of land under Proc. of 1763. 
Williamsburg, Apr. 18, 1774. Dunmore. 

Wm. Easley, soldier in last French and Indian war, eight months under 
Col. Wm. Peachey in 1759. Buckingham Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Joseph Shores Price, soldier in last French and Indian war under Col. 
Washington in 1758, one year. Buckingham Co., Mar. 13, 1780. 

John Easley, Sergt. in last French and Indian war ; 8 months under Col. 
Peachey in 1759. Buckingham Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Peter Roy, soldier in Col. Wm. Peachey's Va. Regt., 8 months in 1759. 
Buckingham Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Edmund Peters, Sergt. in Col. Byrd's Regt. under Capt. Thos. Fleming, 
8 months in 1758. Buckingham Co., Mar. 13, 1780. 

Wm. Northcut, soldier in last French and Indian war ; 8 months under 
Col. Byrd. Buckingham Co., Mar. 13, 1780. 

Thos. Godfrey, soldier in last French and Indian war under Capt. Scott 
in 1760. Buckingham Co., Mar. 13, 1780. 

Benj. Goss, in last French and Indian war under Col. Byrd, 4 months 
in 1761. Buckingham Co., Mar. 13, 1780. 

Asaph Walker, soldier 6 months in last French and Indian war under 
Col. Byrd. Buckingham Co., Mar. 13, 1780. 

Saml. Connor, served in the old Va. Regt. in last war as a soldier. 
Botetourt Co., Apr., 1780. 

Jno. Edwards, soldier in Capt. Mercer's Co. of Regulars, 1st Va. Regt. in 
last war. Botetourt Co., Apr., 1780. 

John Tygert, soldier in old Va. Regt. in last war. Botetourt Co. , Apr. , 
1780. 

George Speake, subaltern in the Va. Regt. entitled to 2000 acres of land 
agreeable to King's Proc. of 1763. Williamsburg, Apr. 21, 1774. Dunmore. 

James Alcorn, soldier in Capt. Wm. Preston's Co. of Rangers raised 
under Act of Assembly in 1759. Montgomery Co., Apr., 1780. 

Moses McCann, soldier about 6 months in the additionals to the 1st Va. 
Regt. during Cherokee expedition in 1760. Montgomery Co., May, 1780. 

Philip Watkins, soldier in Capt. John Montgomery's Co. of Vols, incor- 
porated with part of the Va. Regt. in 1756 under Major Lewis, to the end of 
the expedition. Montgomery Co., Apr., 1780. 

Robert Campbell, soldier in Capt. Wm. Christian's Co. of Regulars under 
command of Col. Byrd till end of campaign. Also soldier in Capt. Blagg's 
Co. of Regulars in Col. Stephen's Va. Regt. at Fredericksburg in 1762 till 
same was disbanded. Montgomery Co., Apr., 1780. 

Mordecai Buckner, entitled to 3,000 acres of land agreeable to King's 
Proc. of 1763. Dec. 16, . Dunmore. 

John Williams, soldier in 1st Va. Regt. commanded by Col. Wm. Byrd in 
last war. James City Co., Nov. 8, 1779. 



40 VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 

James Rion, Jacob Huts, Thos. Ealey and Chas. Suter, soldiers under 
command of Col. Byrd in last war. (Signed) Abrm. Buford, Col., Petersburg, 
Oct. 25, 1779. Proved by James Buford in James City Co., Nov. 8, 1779. 

Simon Gillet, regular soldier in last war, entitled to land under King's 
Proc. of 1763. Oct. 26, 1779. 

David Poe, regular soldier in last war, entitled to land under King's Proc. 
of 1763. Oct. 26, 1779. 

Jno. Buford, Sergt. in Capt. John Field's Co. Col. Byrd's Regt. (Signed) 
Thos. Ridley, Major; Petersburg. Oct. 26, 1779. John Buford, heir-at-law of 
John. Proved by James Buford in James City Co., Nov. 8, 1779. 

Henry Bolton, soldier in one of the Va. Regts. in 1758 ; in Capt. Hancock 
Eustace's Co. Genl. Crt, Williamsburg, Oct. 21, 1779. 

Thos. Poe, soldier in 1st Va. Regt, in last war under command of Col. 
Wm. Byrd. James City Co., Nov. 8, 1779. 

Wm. Hughes produced commission from Fras. Fauquier, Esq., formerly 
Gov. of Va., dated June 8, 1762, appointing him Adjutant of Col. Adam 
Stephen's Regt., and another commission from said Fauquier dated May 22, 
same year, appointing him Lieut, in said Regt. Genl. Crt., Williamsburg, 
Oct. 22, 1779. 

Wm. Kelley, entitled to land under King's Proc. of 1763 as a soldier. 
Oct. 22, 1779. 

Robt. Johnson, deed., Surgeon, 1st Va. Regt. in last war under command 
of Col. Wm. Byrd. Died in Frederick Co. Will dated Oct. 6, 1763 ; Prob. 
Nov. 1, 1763. Robert Johnson, Jr., heir. Wm. Hughes, executor. James 
City Co., Nov. 8, 1779. 

Alex. Sayer, officer in a company incorporated with a detachment of the 
Va. Regt. under Maj. Andrew Lewis on two different expeditions in said 
Colony. Robt. Sayer, son and heir. Montgomery Co., Aug., 1779. 

Nimrod Newman, Fifer in the old Va. Regt. under command of Col. Byrd 
Bedford Co., Sept., 1779. 

George Rushea, soldier under Col. Byrd in 1760. Bedford Co., Sept. 1779. 

Wm. Shepperson, soldier in late war between Great Britain and France. 
Henrico Co., Nov., 1779. 

Thos. Druggers, soldier among the new levies under the command of 
Col. Byrd in 1760. Bedford Co., July, 1779. 

John Conner, soldier in the old Va. Regt. under Col. Washington in 1755; 
John Adams and Abiel Mead, soldiers under Col. Byrd in 1760. Bedford Co., 
Aug. 1779. 

Jeremiah Pierce, entitled to 2,000 acres of land under Proc. of 1763. Mont- 
gomery Co., Oct., 1779. 

Abiel Mead, soldier under Col. Byrd in 1760. Bedford Co., Aug., 1779. 

Martin Nalle served in an Independent Corps under Major John Field in 
1764 in an expedition under Col. Bouquet against the Shawnee Indians. Cul- 
peper Co., Oct. 18, 1779. 



LAND BOUNTY CERTIFICATES 41 

Turner Richardson, Sergt. in the late war. Williamsburg, Apr. 5, 1774. 
Dunmore. 

Matthew Anderson, Sergt. under Col. John Hickman in the war between 
Great Britain and France in 1759. Hanover Co., Oct. 7, 1779. 

James Harris, soldier in 2d Va. Regt. in war between Great Britain and 
France in 1758. Hanover Co., 1779m 

Major Genl. Charle9 Lee, Lieut, in the British service in America in 1755. 
Lieut, and Capt. of 44th Regt. from 1st campaign in 1755 to total reduction of 
Canada in 1760 ; afterwards promoted to rank of Major in 103rd Regt. to close 
of the war. Frederick Co., Nov. 2, 1779. 

James Parish, soldier in one of the Va. Regts. raised during the late war 
between Gt. Britain and France. Genl. Crt., Oct. 19, 1779. 

Ambrose Powell, Captain, signed a discharge August, 1756. 

Finley McCoy, entitled to 200 acres of land agreeable to the King's Proc. 
of 1763. Williamsburg, Feb. 5, 1774. Dunmore. 

James Phillips, entitled to 200 acres of land under Proc. of 1763. Feb. 
5, 1774. Dunmore. 

John Furnace, soldier in Capt. Hogg's Co. of Rangers in 1758. John 
Furnace, son of John. Orange Co., Oct. 28, 1779. 

David Thompson, soldier in Col. Wm. Byrd's Regt. in 1758. Orange Co., 
Aug. 26, 1779. 

Isaac Crosthwait, served full enlistment in Col. Byrd's Regt. in 1758, 
Orange Co., Oct. 28, 1779. 

Wm. Vaughan, Sergt. in Capt. Hogg's Co. of Rangers in 1758. Orange 
Co., Oct. 28, 1779. 

Capt. Jos. Fox, commission appointing him Capt. by Robert Dinwiddie, 
F)sqr. He raised a company and defended the frontiers in the late French 
and Indian war, until he was discharged. Louisa Co., Oct. 11, 1779. 

Thos. Lemen, Lieut, in Capt. Wm. Cox's Co. of Rangers in campaigns of 
1756 and 1757. Certificate from Adam Stephen, a Col. of one of the Va. Regts. 
of Regulars. Genl. Crt., Williamsburg, Oct. 3, 1779. 

Samuel Thomas, entitled to 200 acres of land as a Corporal in the late war, 
agreeable to Proc. of 1763. Williamsburg, May 13, 1774. Dunmore. 

Matthew Rowbottom, deceased, soldier in Col. Adam Stephen's Regiment, 
Capt. Thos. Bullett's Co., in late war between Great Britain and France. Gen. 
eral Court, Oct. 29, 1779. 

William Armstrong, Corporal in Co. of Rangers under Capt. Peter Hogg, 
late war between Great Britain and France. General Court, Oct. 28, 1779. 

John Lea, soldier in Capt. Christian's Co. of Rangers in 1760 in last war, 
until legally discharged. Louisa Co., Oct. 11, 1779. 

Thomas Swearengen, entitled to 2,000 acres of land agreeable to Proc. of 
1763. Williamsburg, Feb. 5, 1774. Dunmore. 

John Rosser, entitled to 200 acres of land agreeable to Proc. of 1763. Feb. 
5, 1774. Dunmore. 



42 VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 

John Chism, soldier in 1758 under Capt. John Field in Genl. Forbes' expe- 
dition on the frontiers against the French and Indians. Culpeper Co. , Oct. 
18, 1779. 

Henry Nixon, soldier in 1758 under Capt. John Field, in Genl. Forbes' ex- 
pedition on the frontiers against the French and Indians. Culpeper Co., Oct. 
18, 1779. 

Philip Ross, Lieut, of an Independent Co. in Col. Bouquet's expedition 
against the Shawnee Indians in 1764. General Court, Oct. 26, 1779. 

Charles Lewis, deceased, Captain 1st Va. Regt. during the last war. On 
oath of Gen. George Weedon. Joseph Jones, Bsqr., guardian of John and 
Charles Lewis, sons of said Charles Lewis, deceased. Spotsylvania Co., Oct. 

21, 1779. 

Moses Collier, soldier in regular service in Col. Byrd's regiment. Rock- 
bridge Co., Aug. 15, 1779. 

James Johnson, Sergt. in Capt. Jno. Roote's Co. of Regulars, which com- 
pany was part of one of the Va. Regts. in 1758. General Court, Oct. 21, 1779. 

Jesse May, soldier in one of the Va. Regts. raised during the late war be- 
tween Great Britain and France. Certificate from Thos. Bullett, a Capt. in that 
regiment. General Court, Oct. 19, 1779. 

Wm. Stewart Packett, Sergt. in one of the Va. Regts. raised during the 
late war between Great Britain and France. Certificate from Thos. Bullett, a 
Capt. in one of the said regiments. General Court, Oct. 19, 1779. 

Charles Tomkies (Tompkins ?) served in 2d Va, Regt. of Regulars, late war 
between Great Britain and France, as either a Lieut, or Ensign. Certf. from 
Wm. Peachey, Esqr., a field officer in said regiment. General Court, Oct. 19, 
1779. 

James Mills, soldier in one of the Va. Regts. during the late war between 
Great Britain and France. Certificate from Thos. Bullett, a Capt. in one of the 
said Va. Regts. General Court, Oct. 19, 1779. 

Joseph Annet, soldier in one of the Va. Regts. during the late war between 
Great Britain and France. Certificate from Thos. Bullett, a Capt. in one of the 
said regiments. General Court, Oct. 19, 1779. 

James Jones.entitled to 2,000 acres of land agreeable to King's Proc. of 1763. 
(No date. Dunmore's signature torn off). 

Larkin Chew, Lieut, in Col. Byrd's Va. Regt., entitled to 2,000 acres of 
land agreeable to King's Proc. of 1763. Jan. 27, 1774. 

Henry Bowles enlisted in Col. Byrd's Regt. of Regulars, raised during the 
late war between Great Britain and France, and served till legally discharged. 
Chesterfield Co., May 5, 1780. 

John Rudd enlisted in Col. Byrd's Regt. of Regulars raised during the late 
war between Great Britain and France, and served until legally discharged. 
Chesterfield Co., May 5, 1780. 

Benj. Gipson enlisted in Col. Byrd's Regt. of Regulars raised during the 
late war between Great Britain and France, and served until legally discharged. 
Chesterfield Co., May, 1780. 



LAND BOUNTY CERTIFICATES 43 

Wm. Blankinship enlisted in Col. Byrd's Va. Regt. of Regulars raised dur- 
ing the late war between Great Britain and France, and served until legally 
discharged. Chesterfield Co., April 7, 1780. 

Haly Talbott, Sergt. in 1760 in Col. Byrd's Regt. of Regulars, and served 
until legally discharged. Chesterfield Co., April 7, 1780. 

James Taylor, soldier under Capt. Chas. Scott, who was under command 
of Col. Wm. Byrd in the expedition against the Indians in 1760, and served un- 
til legally discharged. Pittsylvania Co., Mar. 21, 1780. 

Wm. Ragsdale, soldier in Capt. John McNeill's Co., under command of 
Col. Andrew Lewis, in expedition against the Indians in 1760. Served 5 years. 
Pittsylvania Co., May 16, 1780. 

Drury Hudgens, soldier in 1760, and Served 6 months in Capt. Charles 
Scott's Co., Byrd's Regt. Cumberland Co., Mar. 27, 1780. 

James Turner, Sergt. in 1758 in 2nd Va. Regiment, commanded by Capt. 
Hudson, in the late war between Great Britain and France. Goochland Co. , 
Feb. 21, 1780. (Ed. Note). This should be evidently "in company com- 
manded by Capt. Hudson," as Wm. Byrd was commander of 2nd Va. Regt. 

Peter Wiley, soldier in Capt. John Dickerson's Co. of Rangers for about 9 
months, in the first war. Montgomery Co., May, 1780. 

James Acres, soldier in the 1st Va. Regt. of Foot, commanded by Col. Wm. 
Byrd in 1758 and 1759, for 6 months ; as soon as the six months were up he en- 
tered the regiment commanded by Col. Adam Stephen and served as a soldier 
in same. King and Queen Co., Mar. 13, 1780. 

Joseph Newman, soldier in one of the Va. Regts. under command of Genl. 
Braddock, until properly discharged. Amherst Co., April, 1780. 

James Wells, soldier in one of the Va. Regts. in 1760, and served to end of 
that campaign under command of Col. Wm. Byrd. Amherst Co., Mar., 1780. 

James Thompson, soldier in one of the Va. Regts. in 1758, and served un- 
der command of Genl. Forbes to end of that campaign. Amherst Co. , March, 
1780. 

James Bridgetts, soldier in 1st Va. Regt. commanded by Col. Wm. Byrd, 
in late war between Great Britain and France. Augusta Co., Mar. 21, 1780. 

John Burton, soldier in 1st Va. Regt, Col. Wm. Byrd commanding, in late 
war between Great Britain and France. Augusta Co., Mar. 21, 1780. 

Wm. Thompson, soldier in the Va. Regts. in 1757, and served to end of the 
war under the then Col. Washington. Amherst Co., Mar., 1780. 

Joseph Willis, soldier in Capt. Dickinson's Co. of Rangers in 1758. Ken- 
tucky Co., Feb. 1, 1780. 

Wm. Maxwell, Sergt. 35th Regt. in America. Rockbridge Co., May, 1780. 
(It appears from a discharge to said Maxwell, that his company had served 
for fifteen years. Henry Fletcher, Lt. Col. 35th Regt. Quebec, Oct. 6, 1757). 

John Riley, soldier in the old Va. Regt., commanded by Col. Byrd. 
Rockbridge Co., May, 1780. 

Richard Pouston, entitled to 50 acres of land under Proc. of 1763. Oct. 
11, 1774. Dunmore. 



44 VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 

Robert Rutherford made oath in 1778, that in 1758 and 1759, Wm. Darke 
(now a prisoner at New York) served as a Corpl. in a company of Rangers 
under his command until the same was reduced. Berkeley Co., Mar., 1780. 

Robert Buckles, Jr. , soldier in company of Rangers commanded by Capt. 
Robt. Rutherford in 1758, till same was reduced. Berkeley Co., Mar., 1780. 

Jervice Sherly, in 1758 or 1759, soldier in a company of Rangers com- 
manded by Capt. Robt. Rutherford, until same was reduced. Berkeley Co., 
March, 1780. 

Geo. Hicks, Sergt. 1755-1761, in a regiment raised for the immediate de- 
fense of the state. Caroline Co., Mar., 1780. 

Matthew Abbott, Sergt. in Va. Battl. of Regulars, commanded by Col. 
Wm. Byrd in 1758, until same was discharged. Hanover Co., April 6, 1780. 

John Treadway, private in Capt. Nathl. Gist's company of Va. Regt. in 
last war between Great Britain and France. Charlotte Co., Mar. 6, 1780. 

Benj. Cage, private in Capt. Richard Doggett's company of Va. Regt., in 
last war between Great Britain and France. Charlotte Co., Mar. 6, 1780. 

John Ormsby, Esq., commissary in the service of Great Britain in 1758, 
1759 and 1760. Yohogania Co., Feb., 1780. 

Jeremiah Edwards, soldier in 1st Va. Regt., commanded by Col. Wm. 
Byrd, in the late war between Great Britain and France, Augusta Co., Mar. 
21, 1780. 

Wm. Stewart, soldier in Capt. Wm. Preston's company of Rangers in the 
late war between Great Britain and France in 1758. Augusta Co., Mar. 21, 
1780. 

Robert Hall, soldier in Capt. Wm. Preston's company of Rangers in the 
late war between Great Britain and France in 1758. Augusta Co., March 
21, 1780. 

Joseph Beeler, commander of a company in the last war. Ohio Co. , Mar. 
7, 1780. 

Col. John Buchanan, deceased, Capt. of a company of enlisted men on the 
frontiers of Augusta from April, 1758, to May, 1759, under immediate com- 
mand of the then Gov. of Va. James Buchanan, heir-at-law to said Col. B. 

Col. James Robertson, subaltern officer in a company of enlisted men be- 
fore Oct., 1763, under different Captains until whole troops in that quarter 
were disbanded by order of the Gov. of Va., who had given the command 
thereof to Col. Andrew Lewis. Montgomery Co., April, 1780. 

Wm. Anderson, soldier in Capt. Wm. Preston's company of Rangers from 
1758 until May 4, 1759, when the company was disbanded by order of the 
Govt. Montgomery Co., April, 1780. 

John Madison, Capt. of a company of Volunteers by order of the execu- 
tive power of Va. , for the time being on an expedition of which Col. Thomas 
Nash was chosen to command against the Shawnee Indians in the year 1757. 
Continued in said service four months when the whole corps composed of 
several companies of volunteers was disbanded, as the expedition was at an 
end for which the troops were raised. Montgomery Co., April, 1780. 



LAND BOUNTY CERTIFICATES 45 

David Sayers, Sergt. in Capt. Alexr. Sayers' company stationed on the 
frontiers in 1758. Montgomery Co., May, 1780. 

James Board, soldier under command of Col. Byrd in 1761 and 1762. Bed- 
ford Co., Mar. 27, 1780. 

Archibald Johnson, soldier under Lieut. Benja. Temple in a regular corps 
raised in Va. in 1759, and also under Capt. John Stears in 1760, which service 
was against the Indians. Halifax Co., Mar. 16, 1780. 

Wm. Griffin, private in Capt. Robert Mumford's company, 1st Va. Regt., 
in last war between Great Britain and France. Charlotte Co., Mar. 6, 1780. 

Roger Cock Bailey, corporal in Capt. James Gunn's company of the Va. 
Regt. in last war between Great Britain and France. Charlotte Co., Mar. 
6, 1780. 

David Hutcherson, private in Capt. Posey's company of the Va. Regt in 
the late war between Great Britain and France. Charlotte Co., Mar., 1780. 

John Young, private in Capt. James Gunn' company of 1st Va. Regt. last 
war between Great Britain and France. Charlotte Co., Mar. 6, 1780. 

Humphrey Whayne, Sergt. in a corps raised for defense of Va. in 1755. 
William Whayne, soldier in the said regiment, both of whom died in the 
service. Tabitha Whayne made oath that John Whayne is heir-at-law to the 
said Humphrey and William. King and Queen Co. Court, April . 

Blisha White, Lieut, in Capt. Joseph Fox's company of Rangers in 1755. 
Louisa Co., Mar. 13, 1780. 

Haynes Morgan, Gent., produced discharge from the 80th British Regt. 
commanded by Montague Wilmott, Esqr., signed by James Grant, Bsqr., 
Capt. commandant, part of which said regiment was raised in this state in 
1758, at which time said Haynes Morgan enlisted, and he was Sergt. Major to 
said regiment and served 7 years, which said regiment was reduced at New 
York, 1764. Pittsylvania Co., April 18, 1780. 

John Mays, Corporal in the old Va. Regt, in the late war between Great 
Britain and France. Goochland Co., Feb. 21, 1780. 

Moses Barker, non-commissioned officer in the Va. Regt. under my com- 
mand, entitled to 200 acres under King's Proc. of 1763. March 12, 1774. 
(Signed) G. Washington. 

James Durham, soldier in 1758 and served 6 months under Capt. Robert 
Rutherford in Byrd's Regt. Cumberland Co., Mar. 27, 1780. 

Job Hilliard, soldier in late war, entitled to 50 acres agreeable to Proc. of 
1763. Williamsburg, Mar. 3, 1774. Dunmore. 

James Colvin, Ensign in a company of Rangers in 1764 in the Va. service 
in Col. Henry Bouquet's campaign, till legally discharged. Yohogania Co. 
Court, Feb., 1780. 

Joseph Beelor, commanded a company of Rangers in the last war, raised 
in Va., and was stationed at Fort Cumberland for the defense of the frontier, 
and continued in said service till said company was recalled and disbanded. 
Ohio Co., March, 1780. 

Isaac McDonald, soldier under Major John McNeill in Col. Adam Stephen's 
regiment in 1762. Henry Co., March 25, 1780. 



46 VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 

Wm. Edlington, entitled to 50 acres of land agreeable to Proc. of ^63. 
March 26, 1774. Dunmore. 

David Harfield, non-commissioned officer in late war, entitled to 200 acres 
of land agreeable to Proc. of 1763. Williamsburg, April 28, 1774. Dunmore. 

Jessy Hamblett, entitled to 50 acres of land as a soldier in late war, agree- 
able to Proc. of 1763. Williamsburg, April 20, 1774. Dunmore. 

John Lambeth, Sergt. in last war, entitled to 200 acres of land agreeable 
to Proc. of 1763. Williamsburg, April 28, 1774. Dunmore. 

Henry Townsend, entitled to 50 acres of land agreeable to Proc. of 1763. 
June 2, 1774. Dunmore. 

Jesse Martin, Ensign in the Va. Regiment in 1758. Ohio Co., March, 1780. 

James Ryan, deceased, soldier, till properly discharged in 1758, in a regi- 
ment raised for immediate defense of the state, under Col. Adam Stephen. 
Caroline Co., March 9, 1780. 

Christopher Baltimore, soldier in Capt. Fleming's company under com- 
mand of Colo. Wm. Peachey in 1758. Fluvanna Co., April 6, 1780. 

Benj. Faris, Corporal in Capt. Thomas Flemming's company under com- 
mand of Colo. Wm. Peachey in 1758. Fluvanna Co., April 6, 1780. 

John Marr (or Man) in one of the Va. regiments in last war, died in 
service. Danl. Man (or Marr) heir-at-law to said John. Fauquier Co., March 
27, 1780. 

Wm. Smith, now living in Fauquier Co., was a soldier and served 5 or 6 

campaigns in 1st Va. Regiment and was wounded near in defense of that 

fort in Oct., 1758. During great part of that time he acted as Sergt. Given 
under my hand this 2d day of Feb., 1780. (Signed) Adam Stephen, at that 
time Lt. Col. of the Va. Regiment. 

Robert Smith of Prince William Co., enlisted in the 1st Va. Regiment with 
Lieut. Wright, and that he served in my company as a soldier some consider- 
able time and was afterwards discharged. Given under my hand this 2d day 
of Feb., 1780. (Signed) Adam Stephen, at that time Lt. Col. of the regiment. 

Sam. Daniel, soldier in 1758, till properly discharged, in a regiment raised 
for the immediate defense of this state. Caroline Co., April, 1780. 

Francis Riley, deceased, soldier in Capt. Preston's company of Rangers 
last war on the frontiers of this colony, till properly discharged. James Row- 
land, Admr. Botetourt Co., Dec, 1780. 

John Pryor, soldier in Capt. Preston's company of Rangers in 1756, 1757 
and 1758, till properly discharged. Botetourt Co., April, 1780. 

John Taylor, soldier in Capt. Dickinson's company of Rangers on the fron- 
tier of Va. last war. Botetourt Co., April, 1780. 

James Johnson, soldier in Capt. Throgmorton's company of Regulars last 
war, till properly discharged. Botetourt Co., April, 1780. 

Jno. Reaburne, soldier in Capt. Hogg's company of Rangers last war, till 
his company was discharged in 1759. Botetourt Co., April, 1780. 



LAND BOUNTY CERTIFICATES 4f 

James Barnett, Sergt. in Capt. Christian's company of Regulars raised in 
Va. last war on the Cherokee expedition under command of Col. Byrd, until 
properly discharged in 1760. Botetourt Co. , April, 1780. 

Richard Ellis, soldier under Capt. Saml. Meredith in 1758, in Col. Wm. 
Byrd's regiment, till properly discharged. Richard Ellis, who is so infirm as 
not to be able to attend Court; Bartlett Ellis made oath to the above. Han- 
over Co., April 6, 1780. 

Ambrose Powell, Gent., Staff officer in defense of this state in 1755, until 
legally discharged. Orange Co., April 27, 1780. 

Wm. Russell, Sergt. under Capt. James Gunn, under command of Col. 
Wm. Byrd, in the expedition against the Indians in 1760. Pittsylvania Co., 
March 21, 1780. 

Joseph Terry, Sergt. under Capt. Wm. Phillips, who was under the com- 
mand of Col. Andrew Lewis, in the expedition against the Indians in 1763. 
Pittsylvania Co. , March 21, 1780. 

Wm, Terry, soldier under Capt. Joseph Fox, who was under the command 
of Col. Andrew Lewis, in the expedition against the Indians in 1755. Pittsyl- 
vania Co., March 21, 1780. 

Wm. Robinson, Lieut, in a company of enlisted men, from July, 1763, to 
the March following, on the frontiers of Augusta, under command of Capt. 
Alexr. Sayers, when the company was disbanded by order of Col. Andrew 
Lewis, who then had command of the troops stationed in Augusta. Mont- 
gomery Co., April, 1780. 

Col. David Robinson, Lieut, in company of enlisted men under Capt. 
Alexr. Sayers, from July, 1763, to month of March following, when the com- 
pany was disbanded by order of Col. Andrew Lewis, who then had command 
of the troops stationed in Augusta. Montgomery Co., April, 1780. 

Francis Smith, Lieut, in a company of enlisted men on the frontier of 
Augusta Co., from July, 1763, to Dec, 1764, under several captains, and served 
till troops disbanded. Montgomery Co., April, 1780. 

James Dunlop, deceased, Capt. of a company of Rangers raised by Act of 
Assembly, from June 8, 1757, to Dec. following, being stationed on the fron- 
tier by order of the governor of Va. , under whose command he was, and he 
was killed by the savages in 1758, when in the service of his country. James 
Brown, Adam Gutherie, and George Armstrong, joint-heirs of said James 
Dunlop, deceased. Montgomery Co., April, 1780. 

Thos. Mason, Drummer in the Va. Bat., under command of Wm. Byrd, 
Esqr., in 1750. Hanover Co., April 6, 1780. 

John Crockett, Sergt. in Capt. John Montgomery's company of Volunteers, 
on the Shawnee expedition in 1756, incorporated with part of the Va. Regt. 
commanded by Maj. Lewis, continued in said service during the expedition. 
Montgomery Co., April, 1780. 

John Montgomery, Capt., commanded a company of Volunteers, incorpor- 
ated with part of the Va. Regt. on the Shawnee expedition, under command 
of Maj. Lewis, continued therein during said expedition. Montgomery Co., 
April, 1780. 



48 VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 

Archibald Buchanan, Sergt. in Capt. Wm. Preston's company of Rangers, 
about 10 months in 1756 and 1757, until legally discharged. Montgomery Co., 
April, 1780. 

Wm. Carvin, soldier in Capt. John Montgomery's company of Volunteers, 
incorporated with part of the Va. Regt. in 1756, under Maj. Lewis, and con- 
tinued therein until end of the expedition. He (Carvin) also served as Sergt. 
in Capt. Wm. Christian's company, stationed on the frontiers, from July, 1763, 
to March, 1764, when he was legally discharged. Montgomery Co., April, 
1780. 

Wm. Sayers, Ensign in a company of men stationed on the frontiers, com- 
manded by Capt. John Buchanan from April, 1758, to May, 1759. Montgom- 
ery Co., April, 1780. 

John Alsup, soldier, was in the Va. Regt. about three years and was 
legally discharged when Col. Adam Stephen commanded. Montgomery Co., 
May, 1780. 

James Adams, soldier in Capt. John Smith's company of Regulars, addi- 
tional troops on the Cherokee expedition in 1760, continued till end of cam- 
paign. Montgomery Co., April, 1780. 

John Alcorn, soldier in the regular additional troops to the 1st Va. Regt., 
during the Cherokee expedition, 1760, commanded by Col. Wm. Byrd, being 
about six months, and also in Capt. John Smith's company. Montgomery 
Co., May, 1780. 

Wm. Tinsley, soldier in Va. Regt., commanded by Col. Byrd, till legally 
discharged. King William Co., Feb. 16, 1780. 

James McCollister, Lieut, in the Penna. Regt. in 1763, in which capacity he 
served during the late French war. Frederick Co., March, 1780. 

Saml. Watts, soldier in 1st Va. Regt., under Capt. Thos. Bullitt, in last 
war. Halifax Co., April 21, 1780. 

Henry Francis, Sergt. 1st Va. Regt., under different commanders, and 
continued in said service about six and one-half years, at which time he was 
legally discharged by Col. Adam Stephen. Montgomery Co., May, 1780. 

Robt. Stanton, soldier, 2 years in 1st Va. Regt., commanded by Col. Byrd. 
Montgomery Co., May, 1780. 

John Maxey, soldier in last French and Indian war, and continued a sol- 
dier till legally discharged by Col., now Gen. Washington, in 1756. Powhatan 
Co., April 20, 1780. 

Joseph Montgomery, soldier in Capt. John Montgomery's company of 
Volunteers, incorporated in part of the Va. Regt. on the Shawnee expedition 
in 1756, commanded by Major Lewis, till legally discharged. Montgomery 
Co., April, 1780. 

John Hays, soldier in 1st Va. Regt. about two years, when Col. Stephen 
commanded it, till legally discharged. Montgomery Co., May, 1780. 

Edwd. Cochran, soldier upwards of three years in 1st Va. Regt., under dif- 
ferent commanders. Montgomery Co. , May, 1780. 



LAND BOUNTY CERTIFICATES 49 

Thos. Barker, soldier for nearly seven years under different commanders. 
Montgomery Co., May, 1780. 

John Francis, deceased, soldier in 1st Va. Regt., commanded by Col. 
Washington, and continued in said service about three years, at which time he 
was killed by the Indians. Henry Francis, eldest brother and heir of said 
John Francis, deceased. Montgomery Co., May, 1780. 

Wm. Francis, deceased, soldier for three years in the 1st Batt. of Royal 
Americans, in which service he died. Henry Francis, eldest brother and heir 
of said Wm. Francis, deceased. Montgomery Co., May, 1780. 

Joseph McClung, Sergt., under command of Col. Byrd, against the Chero- 
kee Indians in 1760. Greenbrier Co., March 21, 1780. 

John Reyley, soldier in one of the old Va. Regts. under command of Maj. 
Andrew Lewis. Greenbrier Co. , April 19, 1780. 

Wm. Scott, Drummer in 1st Va. Regt. Greenbrier Co., March 21, 1780. 

James Shaw, soldier in Capt. Peter Hogg's company of Rangers in 1757. 
Greenbrier Co., April 19, 1780. 

Thos. McCauley, Corpl. 2d Va. Regt. in late war between Great Britain 
and France. Albemarle Co., April 13, 1780. 

Henry Davis, soldier in 2d Va. Regt. in war between Great Britain and 
France. Albemarle Co., April 13, 1780. 

Benj. Henslie, Lieut, in Va. Batt., in 1760; certificate from Col. Wm. 
Byrd. Henry Co., Aug., 1779. 

John Hern, soldier in the last war between Great Britain and France, in 
Capt. James Walker's company, Col. Byrd's Regt., till legally discharged. 
Mecklenberg Co., May 8, 1780. 

Saml. Miller, 9oldier in one of the Va. Regts. under command of late Wm. 
Byrd in last war between Great Britain and France. Amherst Co., Feb. 
7, 1780. 

Francis Lightfoot, Sergt , in last war between Great Britain and France, 
Col. Mercer's company, 2d Va. Regt. Mecklenberg Co., May 8, 1780. 

Joseph Lambert, soldier in company commanded by Maj. Stewart, Col. 
Adam Stephen's Regt., in late war between Great Britain and France, till 
properly discharged. Mecklenburg Co., May 8, 1780. 

Thos. Foster, soldier in Col. Buchanan's company, stationed on the fron- 
tier in 1758 and 1759, till legally discharged. Montgomery Co., April, 1780. 

Augustine Broomley, soldier in Capt. Blagg's company till legally dis- 
charged. Botetourt Co., March 9, 1780. 

David Fream, soldier in Capt. Christian's company of Regulars in last 
war, till legally discharged. Botetourt Co., Dec, 1779. 

Robert Hutcheson, Sergt. in Capt. Claiton's company, Pennsylvania Reg- 
ulars, last war, at the reduction of Fort Pitt. Botetourt Co., March, 1780. 

Joshua Cox, soldier in Capt. John Smith's company of Regulars on the 
expedition of 1760, under command of Col. Byrd; served to end of campaign. 
Montgomery Co., April, 1780. 



50 VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 

Hugh McNeill, Drummer in Capt. Throgmorton's company in old Va. 
Regt, till legally discharged. Botetourt Co., March, 1780. 

Julius Webb, soldier in Capt. Throgmorton's company of Regulars in 
old Va. Regt. till legally discharged. Botetourt Co., March, 1780. 

John Plumb (or Plumbly), soldier in Capt. Christian's company of Regu- 
lars, last war. Botetourt Co., March, 1780. 

James Cooper, soldier in Capt. Gist's company of Light Infantry in last 
war. Botetourt Co. , March, 1780. 

William Holley, soldier in Capt. Christopher Gist's company of Light 
Infantry in last war, till legally discharged. Botetourt Co., March, 1780. 

Peter Brannan, served in Capt. Stewart's company of Regulars in last war, 
till legally discharged. Botetourt Co., March, 1780. 

John Bowyer, entitled to 2,000 acres of land, agreeable to proclamation of 
1763. Williamsburg, April 20, 1774. Dunmore. 

Edmund Bacon, entitled to 200 acres of land as Corporal in last war, agree- 
able to proclamation of 1763. Williamsburg, May 29, 1774. Dunmore. 

John Haynes, soldier in Capt. Throgmorton's company of Regulars in last 
war, till legally discharged. Botetourt Co., March, 1780. 

William Davis, soldier in Capt. Dickinson's company of Rangers in 1758. 
Kentucky Co., Feb. 1, 1780. 

Thos. Miller, soldier in Capt. Christian's company of Rangers in 1756, till 
legally discharged. Botetourt Co., March, 1780. 

Archibald Lockhart enlisted in the 1st Va. Regt. in 1752. Kentucky Co., 
Feb. 1, 1780. 

James Davis, soldier in Col. Byrd's Regt. in 1761. Kentucky Co., Feb. 
1, 1780. 

Nicholas Branstone, entitled to 200 acres of land for services in last war, 
agreeable to proclamation of 1763. Williamsburg, Feb. 9, 1774. Dunmore. 

Barney Ryley, soldier in 1st Va. Regt., and continued therein until reduc- 
tion thereof. Kentucky Co., Feb. 1, 1780. 

Henry Cremore, entitled to 50 acres of land as a soldier in the last war, 
agreeable to proclamation of 1763. Williamsburg, April 26, 1774. Dunmore. 

Saml. Meredith, Capt. in the Va. Regt. under command of Col. Byrd, 
entitled to 3,000 acres of land, agreeable to proclamation of 1763. Williams- 
burg, March 9, 1774. Dunmore. 

Wm. Haymand, Sergt. in the old Va. Regt. ; certificate from Col. Adam 
Stephen. Monongalia Co., Nov., 1779. 

Robert Mennis, soldier under Capt. Wm. Christian, in Col. Wm. Byrd's 
Regt. Rockingham Co., March 28, 1780. 

Jacob Pence soldier in Capt. Hogg's company of Rangers from 1757 until 
they were discharged at Bedford. Rockingham Co., March 28, 1780. 

Thos. Dalley served in a Regt. in which Thos. Elliott was a commissioned 
officer ; certificate from Thos. Elliott, above mentioned. John Dalley, heir-at- 
law. Essex Co., March 20, 1780. 



LAND BOUNTY CERTIFICATES 5 I 

John Stephenson, soldier in Capt. McClanahan's Independent company, 
in Col. Bouquet's campaign, till legally discharged. Rockingham Co., March, 
1780. 

David Laird, Corpl. in Capt. Hogg's company of Rangers in 1757, until 
it was discharged at Bedford. Rockingham Co., March 28, 1780. 

Lieut. Alex. McDonald, entitled to 2,000 acres of land for services in the 

late war, agreeable to proclamation of 1763. Williamsburg, March 3, 17 . 

Dunmore. 

Hugh Stephenson, entitled to 3,000 acres of land, agreeable to proclama- 
tion of 1763. Williamsburg, May 16, 1774. Dunmore. 

Dr. James Craik, Lieut, in Va. Regt. commanded by Col. Wm. Byrd, 
entitled to 2,000 acres of land, agreeable to proclamation of 1763. 5th day of 
Oct., 1773. Dunmore. 

Geo. Teator, soldier in Capt. Gist's company of Regulars, 1st Va. Regt., 
last war, till legally discharged. Botetourt Co., Dec, 1779. 

Solomon Simpson, Edward Gill, Sr., Christopher Finnie, Christopher 
Best, and Wm. Cross, soldiers in the 1st. Va. Regt. , last war, under command 
of Col. Byrd and Col. Stephens. Botetourt Co., Dec, 1779. 

William Leather, soldier in Capt. Bullitt's old Va. Regt., last war. Bote- 
tourt Co., Feb., 1780. 

Wm. Simpson, deceased, soldier in 1st Va. Regt., under Col. Washington, 
till he (said Wm. ) departed this life. Solomon Simpson, heir-at-law. Bote- 
tourt Co. , Feb. , 1780. 

John Collins, soldier in Capt. Christian's company of Rangers in 1760, on 
expedition commanded by Col. Byrd, against Cherokee Indians. Botetourt 
Co., Dec, 1779. 

William Ward, Lieut, in Capt. Breckenridge's company of Rangers, which 
was incorporated with a detachment of the 1st Va. Regt. in 1760, on expedi- 
tion commanded by Col. Byrd against the Cherokee Indians. Botetourt Co., 
Feb., 1780. 

John Turnley, soldier in Capt. Christian's company of Rangers in 1760, on 
expedition commanded by Col. Byrd against the Cherokee Indians. Bote- 
tourt Co., Dec, 1779. 

Wm. Gill, deceased, soldier in old Va. Regt, until he departed this life. 
Edwd. Gill, heir-at-law. Botetourt Co., Feb., 1780. 

John Anthony, deceased, Capt. of a company of Rangers in 1759, by par- 
ticular order of the Governor and under commission from him. John Anthony, 
heir-at-law. Bedford Co., March, r78o. 

John Wright, soldier under Col. Byrd in 1758, and was then dis- 
charged. Bedford Co., March, 1780. 

Justinian Wills, Sergt.-Maj. under Col. Byrd in 1758. Bedford Co., 
March, 1780. 

David Crews, Corporal in 1760 under Col. Byrd. Bedford Co., March, 
1780. 



52 VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 

James Noland, soldier under Col. Washington in 1755, and under Col. 
Byrd in 1762. Bedford Co., March, 1780. 

George Rice, staff officer in Bouquet's expedition to the westward, in the 
late war between Great Britain and France. Frederick Co., March 8, 1780. 

Wm. Hughes, entitled to 2,000 acres of land under King's Proclamation of 
1763, he having served as a Lieut, in the Va. Regt. May 20, 1774. Dunmore. 

Alex. Waugh, Jr., Staff Officer for the Va. forces under Col. Byrd in 1758. 
Culpeper Co., April 17, 1780. 

Charles Sims, Gent. , produced in Court a commission from Francis Ber- 
nard, Esq., formerly governor of New Jersey, dated March 15, 1759, appointing 
Wm. Douglas, Maj. of a Regt. in that Province, whereof the Hon. Peter 
Schuyler was Col. He also produced the affidavit of Rev. David Griffith, 
taken before Wm. Ramsey, Esqr., a Justice of the Peace for Fairfax Co., that 
Wm. Douglas, commonly called Major, who formerly resided on Staten Island, 
did serve as an officer in the corps of the Provincials raised by New Jersey in 
the late war between Great Britain and France. George Beardmore served as 
a soldier in campaign with said Douglas in the late war of Great Britain with 
France. Prince William Co., April 4, 1780. 

Michael Counsel, entitled to 50 acres of land, agreeable to the King's 
Proclamation of 1763. April 1, 1774. Dunmore. 

James McGavock, Capt. of a company of Volunteers on an expedition 
against the Shawnees, Col. Thos. Nash, commander, in 1757. Continued in said 
service four months, when whole corps was disbanded. Montgomery Co., 
April 6, 1780. 

Nathan Wheelon, Corporal in 2d Va. Regt. in late war between Great 
Britain and France. Goochland Co., April 17, 1780. 

Sherwood Strong, deceased, soldier in late war between Great Britain and 
France. Sworn to by John Strong. Goochland Co., Sept. 21, 1779. 

James Wilkinson, soldier 2d Va. Regt., late war between Great Britain 
and France. Goochland Co., Feb. 21, 1780. 

Ludwick Shadow, deceased, Sergt. under command of Col. Henry Bou- 
quet, in late war between Great Britain and France. Discharge signed by said 
Bouquet, Nov. 5, 1762. Augusta *Co., March 22, 1780. 

Robert Ross, soldier in late war in expedition commanded by Col Bouquet. 
Augusta Co., March 22, 1780. 

Wm. Skillern, Ensign in Capt. Robt. Breckenridge's company, raised in 
Augusta Co., by order of Col. Wm. Byrd, to garrison Ft. Chiswell in the 
absence of the army on the expedition against the Cherokees in 1760, and con- 
tinued in the same till legally discharged. Botetourt Co., April, 1780. 

John Norris, soldier in old Va. Regt., last war, till legally discharged. 
Botetourt Co., April, 1780. 

John Young, soldier in Va. Regt. three years under Col. Byrd, till legally 
discharged. Montgomery Co., April, 1780. 

Michael Van Buskirk, Ensign to a Company of Foot in the Maryland Ser- 
vice, commanded by Capt. Alexander Beale. Entitled to 2,000 acres of land, 



LAND BOUNTY CERTIFICATES 53 

agreeable to the King's Proclamation of 1763. March 19, 1774, commission 
from Gov. Sharp, of Md., to said Buskirk, dated May 2, 1756, to be Ensign in 
a corps raised by Alex. Beale, for the service of Md. Yohogania Co., Dec, 
1779. 

James Melliory, soldier in the last war in Capt. Posey's Regular Co., till 
legally discharged. Botetourt Co., March, 1780. 

Israel Christian, served in 1759 as commissary to the Battl. commanded 
by Col. Peachey till legally disbanded, and afterwards occasionally for the 
troops of the 1st Va. Regt. in last war. Botetourt Co., April, 1780. 

Peter Looney, deed., Sergt. in Capt. Smith's Co. of Rangers last war, 
till he was taken prisoner by the French and Indians in 1756. That he did 
not return from his captivity for near two years. Peter Looney, heir-at-law. 
Botetourt Co., March, 1780. 

John Tatham, Sergt. in Capt. Stewart's Co. of Regulars, raised in Va. for 
the 1st Va. Regt., commanded by Col. Byrd, till legally discharged. Bote- 
tourt Co., April, 1780. 

James Doreus, soldier in Capt. Woodward's Co. of Regulars, last war, till 
legally discharged. Botetourt Co., March, 1780. 

Charles Ellison, Corpl. in Capt. Roote's Co. of Regulars last war, till 
legally discharged, Botetourt Co. , April, . 

William Hutcheson, soldier in Capt. Preston's Co. of Rangers in 1759, till 
it was legally discharged. Botetourt Co., April, 1780. 

Peter Wiley, soldier in Catp. Dickerson's Co. of Rangers last war, till 
legally discharged. Botetourt Co., April, 1780. 

John Wiley, soldier in Capt. Dickerson's Co. of Rangers in last war, till 
legally discharged. Botetourt Co., April, 1780. 

John Codare, soldier in Capt. Wm. Preston's Co. of Rangers, from the fall 
of 1755 to June, 1756. Israel Christian, representative of said Codare. Mont- 
gomery Co., April, 1780. 

Alexr. Gillespie, soldier in Capt. Chas. Lewis' Co. of Rangers in the late 
war in 1758. Augusta Co., March, 21, 1780. 

Chas. Smith, Sergt. in Capt. Wm. Preston's Co. of Rangers in the late 
war between Great Britain and France. Augusta Co., March 21, 1780. 

Saml. Allen, Capt. in Col. Wyser's Regt. in Penna. ; also a Capt. in Col. 
Byrd's Regt. in 1760. Henry Co., April 27, 1780. 

Matthew Small, soldier under Capt. Wm. Christian in Col. Byrd's Regt. in 
1760. Henry Co., March, 24, 1780. 

Moses Going, soldier under Capt. James Gunn in Col. Byrd's Regt. in 
1760. Henry Co., April 27, 1780. 

Francis Posey, soldier under Col. Adam Stephen in 1762. Henry Co., 
April 27, 1780. 

Thos. Earles, Sergt. under Capt. Gist in Col. Byrd's Regt. in 1760. 
Henry Co., April 27, 1780. 

Wm. Bartee, Sergt. under Capt. John Smith in Col. Byrd's Regt. in 1760. 
Henry Co., March 24, 1780. 



54 VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 

John Acuts, Sergt. under Capt. Robt. Munford in Col. Byrd's Regt. in 
1760. 

Henry Austin, entitled to 200 acres of land as Sergt. in the late war, 
agreeable to Proc. of 1763. Williamsburg, April 27, 1774. Dunmore. 

John Brown, entitled to 200 acres of land as a Corpl. in the late war, 
agreeable to Proc. of 1763. Williamsburg, April 28, 1774. Dunmore. 

John Gunnell, soldier in Capt. Temple's Co. of Rangers in Col. Byrd's 
Regt. in 1758. Louisa Co., April n, 1780. 

David Hudson, soldier in 2d Va. Regt. in the late war between Great 
Britain and France. Goochland Co., Sept., 1779. 

Joseph Bickley, Lieut, in Capt. Wm. Phillip's Co. of Vol. Rangers in 
1763. Said Joseph is dead and Joseph Bickley is his heir-at-law. Louisa Co., 
Feb. 14, 1780. 

John Bethel, soldier in 1st Va. Regt., commanded by Col. Washington, 
about 6 months. Montgomery Co., May, 1780. 

David Davies, soldier in Capt. John Montgomery's Co. of Vols, during the 
Shawnee expedition in 1756, commanded by Major Lewis. Robt. Mont- 
gomery representative of said David Davies. Montgomery Co., April, 1780. 

Saml. Davies, soldier in Capt. John Montgomery's Co. of Vols, in the 
Shawnee expedition in 1756, commanded by Major Lewis. Montgomery Co., 
April, 1780. 

John Adams, Sergt. in Capt. John Smith's Co. of Regulars in the Chero- 
kee expedition in 1760, under Col. Byrd's command. Montgomery Co. , April, 
1780. 

Saml. Montgomery, soldier in Capt. Jno. Montgomery's Co. of Vols, in the 
Shawnee expedition in 1756, commanded by Major Lewis. Montgomery Co., 
April, 1780. 

Alexr. Page, soldier in 1st Va. Regt., about 3 years, under command of 
Col. Stephen. Montgomery Co., May, 1780. 

Israel Christian, Capt. of a Co. of Vols. , by order of the executive power 
of Va., on an expedition of which Col. Thos. Nash was commander against 
the Shawnees in 1757. Montgomery Co., May, 1780. 

Wm. Davis, Sergt. in Capt. Wm. Preston's Co. of Rangers from July, 
1755, until June, 1756, and also Sergt. in sd. Preston's 2d. Co. of Rangers 
about 9 months, in 1758-9. Montgomery Co., April, 1780. 

Wm. Montgomery, Sr., soldier in Capt. John Montgomery's Co. of Vols, 
incorporated with part of the Va. Regt., under command of Major Lewis, on 
the Shawnee expedition of 1756. Montgomery Co., April, 1780. 

James Buchanan, deed., Lieut, in Capt. Alexander's Co. of Vols, on an 
expedition against the Shawnees, in 1756, with Col. Thos. Nash commander. 
Continued in same about 4 months, until whole corps, consisting of several 
companies of Vols., was disbanded. Montgomery Co., May, 1780. 

James Milligan, soldier in Capt. Hogg's Ranging Co., in 1754 until dis- 
banded. Greenbrier Co., March 21, 1780. 



LAND BOUNTY CERTIFICATES 55 

James Lockhart, soldier in Capt. Alexr. Sayer's Co. of Rangers before 
1763, until discharged. Greenbrier Co., March 21, 1780. 

Wm. Hamilton, soldier in Capt. John Dickson's (Dickerson's?) Co. of 
Rangers in 1758 and 1759, until same was discharged. Greenbrier Co., 
March 21, 1780. 

Chas. Poor, soldier in the Va. Regt. under Col. Byrd, sometime in year 

1759. Westmoreland Co., Feb., 1780. 

George Mothershead, soldier in 2d Va. Regt. under Col. Byrd, in 1759. 
Westmoreland Co., March, 1780. 

Wm. Wright, Wm. Provo, Vincent Rollins and Robt. Sherington, soldiers 
in 2d Va. Regt. in Capt. Hancock Eustace's Co., of which I was Lieut, during 
the campaign of 1750. (Signed) Chas. Mynn Thurston, Frederick Co., Oct. 
II, 1774. 

Thos. Shiflett, soldier in 2d Va. Regt. in late war between Great Britain 
and France. Albemarle Co., April 13, 1780. 

Bdwd. Wilkerson, entitled to 200 acres of land as Sergt. in late war, 
agreeble to Proc. of 1763. Williamsburg, April 28, 1774. Dunmore. 

Edmond Bacon, entitled to 200 acres of land as Corpl. in last war, accord- 
ing to Proc. of 1763. Williamsburg, May 29, 1774. Dunmore. 

John Bowyer, entitled to 2,000 acres of land, agreeable to Proc. of 1763. 
Williamsburg, April 20, 1774. Dunmore. 

Peter Brannan, served in Capt. Stewart's Co. of Rangers last war as 

until properly discharged. Botetourt Co., March, 1780. 

William Holly, soldier in Capt. Gist's Co. of Light Infantry last war, 
till properly discharged. Botetourt Co., March, 1780. 

Robt. Hutcheson, Sergt. in Capt. Claiton's Co. of Penna. Regulars last 
war at the reduction of Fort Pitt. Botetourt Co., March, 1780. 

David Fream, soldier in Capt. Christian's Co. of Regulars in last war, till 
properly discharged. Botetourt Co., Dec, 1779. 

Augustine Bromley, soldier in Capt. Blagg's Regular Co. last war, till 
properly discharged. Botetourt Co., March 9, 1780. 

James Cooper, soldier in Capt. Gist's Co. of Light Infantry last war, till 
properly discharged. Botetourt Co., March, 1780. 

Julius Webb, soldier in Capt. Throgmorton's Co. of Regulars in last war, 
till properly discharged. Botetourt Co., March, 1780. 

Joshua Cox, soldier in Capt. John Smith's Co. of Regulars in expedition of 

1760, under command of Col. Byrd, till end of campaign. Montgomery Co., 
April, 1780. 

Richard Janet, entitled to 200 acres of land, agreeable to Proc. of 1763. 
Williamsburg, Feb. 14, 1774. Dunmore. 

Saml. Hamilton, entitled to 200 acres of land for services as Sergt, agree- 
able to King's Proc. of 1763. Williamsburg, Jan. 31, 1774. Dunmore. 

Patrick Miller, soldier in late war between Great Britain and France in 
Capt. Wm. Preston's Co. of Rangers in 1758. Augusta Co., Feb. 15, 1780. 



56 VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 

Benj. Row, entitled to 50 acres of land under King's Proc. of 1763. Jan., 
1774. Dunmore. 

John Kinkead, soldier in late war in Capt. Wm. Preston's Co. of Rangers, 
in 1758. Augusta Co., Feb. 15, 1780. 

Wm. Jackson, soldier in late war in Capt. Wm. Preston's Co. of Rangers, 
in 1758. Augusta Co., Feb. 15, 1780. 

Lofftus Pullen, soldier in late war in Capt. Wm. Preston's Co. of Rangers, 
in 1758. Augusta Co., Feb. 15, 1780. 

Robert Gwinu, soldier in late war in Capt. Wm. Preston's Co. of Rangers, 
in 1758. Augusta Co., Feb. 15, 1780. 

John Carlile, soldier in late war in Capt. Wm. Preston's Co. of Rangers, 
in 1758. Augusta Co., Jan. 10, 1780. 

Wm. Black, soldier in late war in Capt. Wm. Preston's Co. of Rangers, 
1758. Augusta Co., Feb. 15, 1780. 

Thos. Hicklin, soldier in late war in Capt. Wm. Preston's Co. of Rangers, 
in 1758. Augusta Co., Feb. 15, 1780. 

Robt. Graham, deed., soldier in late war in Capt. Wm. Preston's Co. of 
Rangers in 1758. Major Andrew Lockridge, guard, of orphans of Robt. 
Graham, deed. Augusta Co., Feb. 15, 1780. 

Thomas Kinkead, soldier in late war in Capt. Lewis' Co. in the expedition 
commanded by Col. Bouquet, in 1764. Augusta Co., Feb. 15, 1780. 

Wm. Kinkead, soldier in late war in Capt. Lewis' Co. in the expedition 
commanded by Col. Bouquet, in 1764. Augusta Co., Feb. 15, 1780. 

Stephen Handcock, soldier in Col. Byrd's Regt. in 1760. Kentucky Co., 
Feb. 1, 1780. 

Uriah Humphries, soldier in last war in Capt. Posey's Co. of Regulars, 
till properly discharged. Botetourt Co., March, 1780. 

John Nixon, entitled to 200 acres of land as a Sergt., agreeable to Proc. 
of 1763. Williamsburg, April 16, 1774. Dunmore. 

William Brock, soldier in Capt. Wm. Phillip's Co. of Rangers, in 1763. 
Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. 

Littleberry Lane, soldier in Col. Byrd's Regt., in 1758. Orange Co., 
March 23, 1780. 

Henry Shackleford, soldier in Capt. Hogg's Co. of Rangers, in 1758. 
Orange Co., Nov. 25, 1779. 

Patrick Fisher, Sergt. in Col. Byrd's Regt. Orange Co., March 23, 1780. 

Bartelott Goodman, soldier in Capt. Thos. Bullitt's Co. of Rangers, in 
1762. Louisa Co., Nov. 8, 1779. 

John Dalton, soldier in Capt. Thos. Bullitt's Co. of Rangers, in 1762. 
Louisa Co., Nov. 8, 1779. 



LAND BOUNTY CERTIFICATES 57 

Peter Clarkson, soldier in campaign of 1755 in Capt. Saml. Overton's Co. 
of Rangers. Albemarle Co., March, 1780. 

Chas. Walls (or Watts), soldier in 1758 in Col. Byrd's Regt. David Wall 
(or Watts), heir to said Chas. Orange Co., March 23, 1780. 

Chas. Pearcy, soldier in Col. Byrd's Regt. in 1759. Orange Co., Feb. 24, 
1780. 

Jacob Baughman, soldier in 1st Va. Regt. French and Indian Wars. 
Kentucky Co., Feb. 2, 1780. 

Simon Powell, deed., Sergt. in Capt. Hogg's Co. of Rangers. Elizabeth 
Jennett Head, wife of James Head, and Sally Riddle, wife of Lewis Riddle, 
co-heiresses of Simon Powell, deed. Orange Co., Dec. 23, 1779. 

Achilles Whitlock, deed., soldier in 1758 in a regt. raised for the imme- 
diate defense of the state. John Whitlock, eldest son and heir-at-law to said 
Achilles. Caroline Co., March, 1780. 

James Chick, deed., soldier in 1760 in a regt. raised for immediate de- 
fense of the state. John Chick, heir-at-law of the said James. Caroline Co. , 
Feb., 1780. 

Edward Brown, soldier in 1758 in a regt. raised for immediate defense of 
this state. Caroline Co., Feb., 1780. 

John Powell, soldier in 1758 in a regt. raised for immediate defense of 
this state. Caroline Co., March, 1780. 

George Teater, Sergt. in Col. Byrd's Regt. in 1761. Kentucky Co., Feb. 
I, 1780. 

Wm. Dun, Corpl. in Va. Regt. under command of Col. Byrd. March 8, 
1774. Dunmore. 

Martin Hewlett, Corpl. in Va. Regt. under command of Col. Byrd. April 
4, 1774. Dunmore. 

Wm. Murrell, Sergt. in Va. Regt., entitled to 200 acres under King's 
Proc. of 1763. Williamsburg, Dec. 16, 1773. Dunmore. 

Thos. Mullen, Corpl. in Va. Regt. commanded by Col. Byrd. March io, 
1774. Dunmore. 

Alexander Stewart, entitled to 200 acres of land, agreeable to the King's 
Proc. of 1763. April 1, 1774. Dunmore. 



ss 



Militia Rosters in Herring's Statutes at Large. 



CULPEPER COUNTY, flARCH, 1756. 



Wm. Russell, Lieut. Col. 
William Brown, Capt. 
John Field, Lieut. 
Geo. Weatherall, Serj. 



Francis Cooper 
Wm. McDaniel 
John Thomas 
Miles Murfee 
John Hayes 
John Graham 
Joshua Sherald 
Wm. Wall 
Jacob Browning 
Wm. Bo worn 
John Laton 
Rich. Burk 
Rich. Parks 
Nicholas Yager 
Cornelius Mitchell 
John Browning 
William Tapp 
Samuel Moore 

Source: Heniug, Vol. 7. 



Charles Yancey, Ensign 
John Strother, Capt. 
Francis Strother, Lieut. 
William Roberds, Ensign 

Foot Soldiers. 

John Willhoit 
James Gillison 
Benj. Morgan 
John Shropshire 
David Bridges 
John Younger 
John Bowman 
George Goggan 
Mordock Mackenzie 
Jacob Wall 
John Dixon Wright 
Daniel Delaney 
Alexander Baxter 
John Cave 
James Nash 
Wm. Twiman 
Joel Yarborough 



Stephen Rogers, Serj. 
John Gambill, Serj. 
Henry Gambill, Serj. 
Sallis Hansford, Serj. 



Francis Grant 
Adam Maland 
Adam Barler 
John Greson 
John Relsback 
Andrew Carpenter 
Lewis Fisher 
John Gloor 
Matthias Weaver 
Christopher Barler 
Timothy Swindele 
John Plunketpeter 
Matthias Rouce 
Wm. Yager 
John Grim 
Jacob Harroback 
Harmer Young 
Henry Gaines 



Lewis Ellzey, Capt. 
Sampson Turley, Lieut. 
Saml. Tillett, Corp. 



Geo. Shortridge 
Benj. Ladd 
Nathan Williamson 
Vincent Boggess 
Joseph Fry 
Daniel Thomas 
Benj. Hutchison 



FAIRFAX COUNTY, MARCH, 1756. 

James Tillett, Corp. Joseph Stephens, Corp. 



Sampson Demovill, Corp. 
Jerem. Hutchinson, Corp. 

Troopers. 

George Simson 
Holland Middleton 
Thomas Shore 
Wm. Southard 
Robert Watson, servant 

to Lewis Ellzey 
Thos. Simmonds 



Philip Grymes, Corp. 
Gilbert Simson, Jr., Corp. 



John Berkley, Junr. 
Francis Eaton 
William Pickett 
Jesse Martin 
Charles Newland 
Thomas West 
John Price 



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59 



Richard Newall 
James Chamberlayne 
Thos. Cartwright 
David Thanas, Junr. 
Edward Davis 
Wm. Peake, Junr. 
Wm, Trammell 
Gilbert Simson, Junr. 
Wm. Scutt 
Wm. Musgrove 
Wm. Hayes 

Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 



Edward Masterson 
Mark Chilton 
Thomas Triplett 
William Morris 
Wm. Smith 
John Stephens 
Thomas Osborn 
Geo. Saunders 
Danl. Shoemaker 
Joseph Burson 
Simon Shoemaker 



Edward Hardin 
Nicholas Grymes 
Michael Regan, Junr. 
Wm. Owsley 
Joseph Jones 
Joseph Martin 
Wm. Stackhouse 
John Sinclare 
David Smith 
Clement Gamer 
John Dawson 



PRINCE WILLIAfl COUNTY, flARCH, 1756. 



John Frogg, Major 
Wm. Baylis, Capt. 
Richard Taylor, Lieut. 

of Horse 
Wm. Splane, Lieut, of 

Horse 
Wm. Farrow, Cornet 



Saml. Porter, Corp. 
Jacob Spilman, Corp. 
Wm. Whaley, Corp. 
Lewis Reno, Corp. 
Wm. Buchanan, Corp. 
Thomas Foard, Corp. 
George Kenner, Corp. 



Henry Floid, Serj. 
Foushee Tebbs, Capt. 
John Baylis, Capt. 
James Seaton, Lieut, of 

Foot 
Richard Hampton, Lieut 

of Foot 



John Nevill 
Rich. Matthews 
Benj. Wilson 
Stephen Maurice 
Thos. Marshall 
Rich. Marshall 
John Luttrell 
Thos. Doyle 
Joshua Welch 
Nathaniel Freeman 
Standley Singleton 
Saml. Batson 
John Murray 



Troopers. 

Wm. Fielder 
Andrew Cannaird 
John McMillon 
Henry Kemper 
John Fishback 
Clement Norman 
Joseph Martin 
Richard Byrne 
Peter Pierce 
Michael Lynn 
John Cornwell 
John Dowell 
Wm. Key 
Saml. Grigsby 



Robt. Nevill 
Thos. Gardner 
Chas. Smith 
Isaac Gibson 
Benj. Edwards 
John Coreham 
Griffin Matthews 
John Bland, Junr. 
Wm. Peake 
Wm. Berry 
Gilbert Crupper 
Wm. Barr 
Nath. Overal 



Nicholas Hill 
John Boiling 
Edward O'Neil 
Joseph Neal 
John Carter 
Thos. Shirley 
Lewis Oden 

Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 



Foot Soldiers. 

John Green 
Martin Suttie 
David Parsons 
George Rose 
John Low 
James Crocket 
Wm. Suttie 



Wm. Boiling 
Isaac Settle 
Wm. Jenings 
Valentine Barton 
Wm. Crouch 
Moses Coppage 
John Rice 



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AUGUSTA COUNTY, SEPTEHBER, 1758. 



John Buchanan, Colonel 



Alex. Sayers 
Abraham Smith 
John Buchanan 
John Dickenson 
Francis Kirtley 



Sampson Archer 
Wm. Cunningham 
Christian Bingaman 
Danl. Smith 
John Hopkins 



James Henderson 
John Hopkins 



Benj. Kinley 
Wm. Cravens 
John McCoy 
Wm. Clark 
John McKay 
John Ozban 
John McCay 
Jonas Friend 



Robt. Tremble 
John Jameson 
Thos. Pritchard 
John Phares 



Robt. Mitchell 
Wm. Blackwood 
John Black 
Rich. Yedley 
John Lawn 
Adam Dunlop 
John Cosby 
Robt. McCoy 
Andrew Little 
Geo. Lewis 



John Brown, Major 

Captains. 

Ephraim Love 
Wm. Preston 
Wm. Christian 
Saml. Norwood 
David Steuart, Col. (i 
Capt.) 

Lieutenants. 

James Henderson 
Chas. Wilson 
Wm. Lewis 
James McDowell 



Ensigns. 

Cunningham 

John Matthews 
John Henderson 

Sergeants. 

Michael Henderson 
Peter Looney 
Benj. Hansley 
Robt. Armstrong 
John Davice 
Matt. Campbell 
John Bowin 



Corporals. 

Wm. Mintor 
Geo. Malcomb 
Adam Stevenson 



Militia. 

Henry Benningar 
Adam Harper 
Woolrey Coonrod 
Wm. Minter 
Wm. Cunningham 
Robt. McCarney 
Danl. McKnight 
John Cunningham 
Andrew Cunningham, 
Edward Watts 



John Smith, Major 



John Maxwell 
Andrew Hays 
James Dunlop 
Geo. Robinson 
John Smith 



Alex. Thompson 
Arch. Buchanan 
Alex. Hamilton 
Robt. Rennick 
Edwin Peterson 



Audley Paul 
Josiah Wilson 



James Couden 
John Wardlaw 
Alex. Buchanan 
Thos. Hudson 
David Gallaway 
Edward Howard 
Thos. Hugart 
Wm. Edemston 



Thos. McCorne 
Thos. Cavon 
John Gay 
Robt. Lusk 



Chas. Driver 
James Anderson 
James Young 
Wm. Rolestone 
Matt. Rolestone 
John Peterson 
Darby Conway 
Martin Cornet 
Jr. Thos. McNamar 
Thos. Peterson 



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6l 



James Fowler 
Saml. Semple 
Michael Mallow 
John Stephenson 
John Shill 
Matt. Paten 
Rich. Wilson 
Hugh Diver 
Danl. Henderson 
James Ramsay 
John Johnston 
Alex. Craig 
John Melcum 
Joseph Melcum 
Michael Props 
Adam Props 
Robt. Minice 
John McKay 
Wm, McGill, Jr. 
Wm. McGill, Sr. 
Robt. Boyd 
Moses Hall 
Peter Veneman 
John Young 
Michael Erhart 
Wm. Minter 
Rich. Wilson 
John Shanklin 
Edward Megary 
Paul Shever 
James McClure 
James Fowler 
Joseph Skidmore 
Nicholas Hoffman 
Henry Peninger 
Robt. Megary 
Henry Smith 
John Smith 
John Malcom 
Larkin Pearpoint 
James Gray 
Robt. Gragg 
Robt. Cunningham 
David Smith 
Wm. Bratton 
Josiah Shipman 
Wm. Rolestone 
Robt. Trimble 
John Stevenson 
John Gum 
Robert Gibson 



John Walker 
Christian Clement 
Adam Stephenson 
John McClure 
James Bell 
John Long 
Wm. McFarland 
John Peary 
Wm. Black 
David Scott 
James Steel 
Gilbert Christian 
James Meeter 
James Lockart 
John Shields 
John Woods 
Arthur Trader 
Robt. Patterson 
Robt. McGeary 
Matt. Black 
Nathan Harrison 
Leonard Herron 
Cornelius Sullivant 
Edward Shanklin 
Hugh Campbell 
James Skidmore 
Saml. Briggs 
Michael Dickey 
John Davis 
Thos. Nicholas 
James Fowler 
Arch. Gilkison 
John Malcolm 
Wm. Elliot 
Thos. Spencer 
Geo. Jordon 
Wm. McHenry 
Joseph Jenkins 
Danl. Evans 
Rich. Shanklin 
Wm. Hooks 
James Gamble 
James Alexander 
John Johnson 
Thos. Lawrence 
James Stephenson 
Danl. Remi 
John Farrell 
Wm. Kite 
Adam McCormick 
John Leonard 



Martin Phillips 
Wm. Woods 
James Burk 
Abram Earhart 
John Blor 
Geo. Watts 
Gasper Smith 
Michael Earhart 
Nicholas Hufman 
Philip Harper 
Valentine Castle 
Jacob Harper 
Geo. Hamer 
Jacob Hornbery 
Nicholas Frank 
Thomas Boyne 
Peter Moses 
Geo. Moses 
Adam Harper 
Geo. Mouse 
Paul Shaver 
Michael Frees 
Peter Vanimon 
Philip Hufman 
Wm. Wilson 
Henry Beniger 
John Cunrod 
John Malcomb 
James McClure 
John Cunningham 
Wm. Mintor 
Isiah Shipman 
Jacob Peterson 
Jacob Wiece 
Joseph Wiece 
Benj. Hagler 
John Hagler 
Postine Hagler 
Jacob Hagler 
John Wizer 
Henry Carr 
Martin Peterson 
Jeremiah Copper 
Robt. Trimble 
Jacob Goodman 
Gabl. Pickins 
Wm. Shaw 
John Young 
Michael Earhart, Jr. 
Mathias Tice 
Nicholas Sivers 



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Nicholas Havener 
Jacob Aberman 
Wm. Dyer 
Andrew Full 
John Still 
Michael Malow 
Michael Eberman 
John Aberman 
Adam Little 
Wm. Wilson 
Robt. Homes 
Danl. Evans 
David Lard 
Jacob Rolman 
Thos. Bowens 
Matt. Black 
John Crosby, Jr. 
Thos. Lawrence 
Geo. Goodman 
Geo. Capliner 
Henry Smith 
Michael Hogshead 
John Crosby, Sr. 
William Cunningham 
John Young 
Wm. Flemin 
Robt. Cunningham 
Thos. McComb 
Rich. Wilson 
Wm. Gragg 
Thos. Paterson 
Robt. Magery 
Joseph Dixton 
Wm. Woods 
Danl. Reme 
Geo. Hedrick 
John Seller 
John Miller 
Chas. Man 
Jacob Pence 
Jacob Grub 
Chas. Rush 
Conrad Kinsel 
Wm. Blair 
John Reiger 
James Camble 
Michael Malow 
John Stilt 
Adam Little 
John Colley 



John Dunkle 
Mathias Tice 
Walter Cunrod 
Valentine Kite 
Geo. Kite 
Geo. Dunkle 
Thos. Barrow 
Geo. Anderson 
Wm. Ralston 
James Bradshaw 
John Davis 
Andrew Full 
John Bingaman 
Danl. Price 
John Massey 
George Man 
Peter Miller 
Tetrarch Couch 
Jacob Moyers 
Stephen Hanburger 
Jacob Fudge 
Adam Hedrick 
Nich. Mildebarler 
Hy. Long 
James Fowler 
John Frazier 
Robt. Belche 
Hugh Wilson 
James Lawrence 
Wm. Hook 
Moses Algier 
Thos. Wilmouth 
Adam Miller 
Jacob Miller 
Jacob Man 
Thos. Powell 
Gunrod Umble 
Wm. Kinsey 
Cornelius White 
Nich. Null 
Chas. Fie 
John Early 
John Ferrel 
Gunrod Peterfish 
Jacob Runkle 
Peter Trusler 
Geo. Shillinger 
Arthur Trader 
Nath. Harrison 
Robt. Black 
Matt. Black 



Wm. Shannon 
Thos. Pointer 
Moses Samble 
Hy. Coler 
Jacob Richard 
John Richard 
Ury Umble 
Danl. Cloud 
Christopher Amontrout 
Jacob Kindler 
John Fulse 
Poston Nosier 
Holerick Hushman 
Wm. Shaw 
Martin Umble 
Geo. Moffett 
John Reburn 
James Robertson 
Alex. Craig 
Saml. Kerre 
John Armstrong 
Adam Reburn 
Robert Anderson 
Edward Ervin 
Fredk. Eister 
Mathias Dice 
John Dunkle 
Ludowick Wagoner 
Thos. Baskine 
John Baskine 
David Bell 
Robt. Trimble 
James Campbell 
Geo. Dunkle 
James Hamilton 
Wm. Ervin 
James Young 
John Young 
James Anderson 
Geo. King 
James Stephenson 
Thos. Stephenson 
John Stephenson 
Gaun Leeper 
Arthur Greer 
Adam Miller 
John Campbell 
Andrew Little 
Edward Ervin 
Wm. Dyer 



hening's statutes at large 



6% 



Arch. Huston 
Thos. Bowne 
Joseph Jenkins 
Wm, Hooks 
Danl. Evins 
Rich. Shanklin 
James Hooks 
Arch. Hopkins 
John Shanklin 
James Fowler 
John Harrison 
John Gordon 
Hugh McGarey 
Leonard Herren 
Cornelius Sullivan 
Nathaniel Harrison 
David Smith 
Robt. McGarey 
Henry Downs 
Wm. Ross 
Robt. McComey 
Wm. Shanon 
Gideon Harrison 
Leonard Harring 
Alex. Craig 
James Alexander 
Thos. Mcklemare 
Thos. Spence 
John Crevens 
Robt. Black 
Saml. Hemphill 
Francis Alexander 
Wm. Long 
Wm. Anderson 
George Robinson 
Hugh Allen 
Wm. Blackwood 
Nathaniel Donlap 
James Turk 
Robt. Thomson 
Anthony Black 
John Black 
Robt. Gibson 
John Finley 
John Finley, Jr. 
John Patrick 
James Steel 
John Brown 
James Allen 
Saml. Henderson 
James Allen, Jr. 



John Young 
John Vance 
George Wilson 
Dominick Beret 
Hy. Hecks 
James Lockart 
Moses Thompson 
John Hutcheson 
James Gillaspey 
Chas. Patrick 
Jonathan Jones 
Hugh Mackclure 
Alex. Steuart 
James Cull 
James Bryans 
Abraham Keeny 
Abraham Duncklebery 
Thos. Ford 
Saml. Ford 
James Caghey 
Thos. Cashaday 
Jacob Graham 
John Davison 
John Willey 
Wm. Hambleton 
Robt. Hambleton 
John Gilmore 
Thos. Gilmore 
Jacob Cunningham 
James Simpson 
James Moor 
Geo. Croford 
Halbart McClurr 
Robt. Willey 
James Davis 
Eldad Reed 
Geo. Gipson 
Robt. Tolford 
David Tolford 
John McAlheney 
Benj. Davies 
Timothy Stoten 
John Putt 
Joseph Clerk 
John Bell 
John Crockett 
Danl. McBridge 
James Anon 
Gardner Adkins 
John Hughs 
John Medley 



John Montgomery 
Geo. Rowland 
Jacob Graham 
John McNeal 
Henry Long 
Wm. Kerr 
Sampson Sayers 
Saml. Bell 
Wm. Hog 
Wm. Eliot 
Arch. Gilkson 
Wm. Bell 
John Trimble 
John Graham 
Joseph Vauhob 
Robert Armstrong 
Wm. Mar 
John Clark 
John Wilson 
James Risk 
George Marchel 
Wm. Currey 
Caleb Hermon 
James Tobit 
Chris. Finney 
Robt. Carlile 
John Williams 
John Hamilton 
John Matthews 
John Bo wen, Jr. 
Henry Bowen 
Moses Bowen 
Reice Bowen 
Geo. Matthews 
John Campbell 
Robt. Dew 
Rich. Matthews 
Michael Kelly 
Danl. Goodwin 
Wm. Matthews 
Joshua Matthews 
Wm. McKinney 
Wm. Bo win 
Sampson Matthews 
James Wilson 
James Magavock 
John Armstrong 
James Gilmore 
Jonathan Whitley 
James Hughston 
Andrew Hall 



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Wm. Buyers 

Patrick Porter 

Wm. Lapesley 

Arthur McClure 

Saml. Todd 

Robt. Brackenridge 

Robt. Craig 

Saml. Carr 

Robt. Patterson 

Thos. McCome 

Geo. Moffett 

Saml. Patterson 

Going Leeper 

James Blair 

James Young 

James Patterson 

Alexander Craig 

John Blair 

John Hawl 

John Thompson 
Arch. Alexander 
Patrick Lowry 
John Lowry 
Thos. Seirl 
Chas. Allison 
Thos. Paxton 
James Huston 
Robt. Henry 
James Wilson 
John Mayers 
Geo. Davidson 
Thos. Hamilton 
John Plunkett 
James Ward, Sr. 
Wm. Ward 
Joseph Ward 
Alex. McMullan 
Robt. Allen, Jr. 
James Ward, Jr. 
James Davidson 
Rich. Pryar 
Pat. Savage 
Robt. Allen, Sr. 
Phelty Cogh 
Jacob Botters 
Robt. Thompson 
Patrick McCloskey 
Edward Cenney 
John Mitchel 
John Tinley 
Chas. McAnally 



George Anderson 
Wm. Polog 
Geo. King 
James Stewart 
Arthur Greir 
John King 
Robt. Finley 
Henry Murray 
Walter Cunningham 
Wm. Tencher 
John Robinson 
Andrew Hamilton 
Wm. Anderson 
Geo. Rogers 
Alex. McClanahan 
William Reed 
Adam Dunlop 
James Stephenson 
Alex. Walker 
John Hays 
David McCroskey 
John Dunlop 
Andrew Buchanan 
David Sayer 
John Porter 
David Guin 
James Buchanan 
James Culton 
Matt. Lindsey 
John Snodgrass 
Wm. Buchanan 
Wm. Reah 
Robt. Reah 
Arch. Reah 
James Colter 
Alex. Walker 
Thos. Gilmore 
John Moore 
David Edmiston 
John Robinson 
James Berlane 
Robert Stevenson 
Saml. McCutchison 
John Kilpatrick 
Wm. Ward 
John Clerk 
Wm. McCutchison 
James McCutchison 
James Rusk 
Walter Trimble 
John Wilson 



Robt. Hunter 
Wm. Purzins 
James Kenaday 
Wm. Kenaday 
James Wardlaw 
James Logan 
Saml. Huston 
David Moore 
Nathaniel Evans 
James McClong 
John McClong 
Hy. McCollom 
Robt. Steel 
John Sproul 
Moses Whiteside 
John Lyle, Jr. 
Robt. Lusk 
John Montgomery 
Arsbel Clendinin 
James Steenson 
James Hugart, Jr. 
James McHenry 
James Burnside 
John Salley 
Mathias Cleeke 
James Steuart 
David Gallaw, Jr. 
Saml. McMurray 
John Cantley 
James Bunton 
Saml. Edmiston 
John Cain 
John Clendinin 
Andrew Buchanan 
John Sprout 
Thos. Vance 
Wm. Matthis 
John Withlaw 
James Cowdown 
James Steele 
James Gay 
Andrew Sitolentown 
Dennis McNely 
Lawrence Murphy 
Geo. Barclay 
Robt. Grimes 
James Grimes 
Wm. Moore 
John Hudson 
John McCoy 
Christian Tuley 



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Saml. Davice 
Andrew Fitzpatrick 
Andrew Miscampbell 
Filey Yacome 
Saml. McDowell 
Saml. Lyle 
Patrick Lowry 
John Lowry 
Danl. Lyle 
John Putt 
Win, Carothers 
Wm. Taylor 
Francis Randols 
James McClung 
David Bryans 
David Gray 
James Colter 
Moses Edmiston 
John McFerrin 
James McFerrin 
Saml. McFerrin 
James Gatlive 
Dennis Getty 
Francis Reity 
Moses Hambleton 
Matt. Shaddin 
John Armstrong 
John Carr 
Rich. Carr 
Wm. Carvin 
Geo. Gunn 

Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 



Alex. Legat 
James Stevenson 
John Low 
Wm. Elate 
Andrew Jameson 
Alex. Sutherland 
Wm. Hamilton 
Patrick Cargon 
Thos. Smith 
Ralph Laferty 
James Hugart, Sr. 
James Cartmill 
Robt. Steuart 
Geo. Jameson 
John Cartmill 
John Hamilton 
James Milligan 
Rich. Mase 
Wm. McMullin 
Jeremiah Green 
Wm. Walker 
Michael Cloyd 
James Lee 
James Wahreaner 
Joshua McCormack 
James Cloyd 
David Mitchell 
Bryan McDannall 
David Miller 
James Snodgrass 



Edward Crump 
John McCulley 
John Stuart 
Alex. McElvan 
John Davis 
John Hardin 
John Williams 
Hugh Gilespy 
Hendrey McCollom 
Thos. McClunge 
Joseph McClunge 
Robt. Montgomery 
Saml. Montgomery 
James Montgomery 
John Montgomery 
Joseph Montgomery 
James Montgomery, Jr. 
Thos. McFarrin 

Abraham Bist 
Matt. Rollin 
Thos. Wilson 
Abraham Thompson 
James Moore 
Wm. Armstrong 
Dennis Gettey 
Ludowick Slodser 
Christopher Stoder 
Saml. Rolston 
Gabl. Jones 
Thos. Walker 



AflELIA COUNTY, SEPTEilBER, 1758. 



Wood Jones, Major 
Henry Anderson, Capt 

J ohn Winne. Xapt- 

Branch Tanner, Lieut. 



John Chumley 
Abel Mann 
John Baldwin 
James Harris 
John Dier 
Robt. Blanchet 
John Culpeper 
Richd. Hoff 
Wm. Forster 
Francis Smith 



James Clark, Lieut. Robt. Hall, Serg. 

Geo. Farley, Ensign Wm. Ford, Serg. 

John Fitzpatrick, Ensign Wm. Whitworth, Serg. 

Richd. Craddock, Serg. Hermon Thomas, Serg. 
John Cox, Serg. 



Chas. Smith 
Wm. Wood 
Wm. Hudson 
Christopher Hinton 
Geo. Hastings 
James Cheatham 
Stephen Howell 
Wm. Ray 
John Hamton 
Wm. Haynes 



Robt. Fauster 
Edward Farguson 
John Herman 
Chas. Mann 
Danl. Prisnull 
Thos. Wright 
Ambrose Cumpton 
Thos. Jones 
Joel Hurt 
James Hurt 



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VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 



Bryan Farguson 
Humphrey Hendrick 
Wm. Jackson 
Robt. Hinton 
Peter Burton 
John Apling 
Chas. Harrison 
John Hendrick 
Fredk. Reams 
Saml. Mann 
John Cooke 
Shem Cooke 
Wm. Cannon 
Thos. Farguson 
Peter Webster 
Richd. Farguson 
John Wilson 
James Arnold 
Wm. Childre 
James Lockett 
Wm. Abney 
Wm. Hill 
Jos. Burgess 

Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 



John Hammock 
John Minear 
Robt. Stady 
John Githings 
Abram West 
John James Farley 
Hermon Thomson 
Moses Estis 
John Estis 
Benj. Meadows 
Wm. Person 
Ralph Shelton 
Wm. Harris 
Robt. Hamm 
Wm. Estis 
John Avery 
Wm. Hamm 
James Campbell 
Wm. Farguson 
Jos. Goodman 
John Brasfield 
Rich. Fauster 
Wm. Burgh 



Wm. Hurt 
John Fauster 
Geo. Ridley 
James Rice 
Uriah Hawks 
Geo. Moore 
Richd. Hawks 
Bell Hulm 
John Moore 
Thos. Hulm 
Henry Clay 
James Hurt, Jr. 
John Loving 
Wm. Hutcherson 
Thos. Gunn 
John Harris 
Edmond Ballard 
Nimrod Henson 
James Hallis 
Henry Paulin 
Benj. Parrott 
Richd. Condrow 
John Harris, Jr. 



ALBEMARLE COUNTY, SEPTEMBER, 1758. 



Jas. Nevil, Capt. 
Chas. Ellis, Capt. 
John Hunter, Capt. 
Cornelius Thomas, Lieut. 
John Freeman, Serg. 

Edward Weir 
Thos. Powell 
Malcolm Allen 
Rich. Powell 
Ashcroft Roach 
Benj. Hensley 
Wm. Henson 
John Powell 
Edward Spolden 
Benj. Stinett 
Benj. Stinett, Jr. 
Henry Guffey 
Wm. Williams 
Solo. Carter 
Joshua Fowler 
John Hix 

Geo. Adam Sailing 
John Bryan 
David Davis 



John Woods, Lieut. 
Wm. Woods. Lieut. 
Chas. Tuly, Ensign 
Wm. Woods, Ensign 
Jacob Brown, Corp. 

James Randel 
Nicholas Pryor 
Caleb Burton 
Isham Davis 
Jacob Smith 
Wm. Shoemaker 
Wm. Pryor 
Saml. Stockton 
Thos. Jameson 
Hugh Alexander 
Robt. Pogece 
John Wallace 
Adam Gaudilock 
Michael Woods, Jr. 
Bartholomew Ramsey 
Henry Randolph 
Wm. Stockton 
James Kinkade 
Thos. Harbet 



Andrew Greer, Serg. 
Chas. Wakefield, Serg. 
Wm. Martin, Serg. 
David Martin, Ensign 
Thos. Cotrell, Corp. 

David Gass 
Abraham Howard 
Thos. Grubbs 
John Co wen 
Geo. Brackenridge 
Wm. Pogue 
Wm. Wakefield 
Henry Wakefield 
Chas. Hughes 
Aaron Hughes 
Langsdon Depriest 
John Depriest 
James Glen 
James Robertson 
Chas. Crawford 
John Bigs 
John McAnally 
Robt. McWhorter 
Rich. Prior 



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Mark Lively 
Henry Fuller 
Wm. Bratchy 
John Burk Lane 
Stephen Cash 
Philip Henson 
Wm. Becknel 
James White 

Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 



Henry Brenton 
Joshue Woods 
Alex. Jameson 
Danl. Maupin 
John Maupin 
Wm. Maupin 
Matt. Mullins 
Saml. Woods 
Wm. Whiteside 



James Martin 
Michael Morrison 
James Morrison 
Adam Lackie 
Alex. McMulen 
Lawrence Smith 
Matthias Hughes 
Michael Israel 
Wm. Cartie 



Thomas Custis, Maj. 
Source: Hening, Vol. 7 



ACCOMAC COUNTY, SEPTEHBER, 1758. 

John Wise, Maj. 



BEDFORD COUNTY, SEPTEMBER, 1758. 



John Phelps 
John Quarles 

John Anthony 
Wm. Irvine 



Saml. Hairston 
Thos. Prateer 



John Hunter 
Wm. Edwards 
Ambrose Bryant 
Wm. Simmons 
Gross Scruggs 
Meshach Haile 
Rich. Andrews 

Jas. Callaway 
John Talbot 
Jas. McRonalds 
Jos. Looney 
Robt. Hairstone 
Nicholas Hays 
Thos. Cooper 
Wm. Bumpass 
David Rosser 
Rich. Tiths 
Math. Patterson 
John Alston 



Captains. 

Lieutenants. 

Wm. Meade 
Jeremiah Earley 

Ensigns. 

Thos. Gilbert 
Benj. Hatcher 
Jeremiah Yarborough 

Sergeants. 

Rich. Ragsdale 
Rich. Callaway 
Joseph Rentfroe 
Thos. Prather 
James Patterson 
Nath. Patterson 
John Hunter 

Danl. Gilbert 
Benj. Gilbert 
John Hardiman 
Rich. Edwards 
Elliot Lacey 
Chas. Harris 
Geo. Caldwell 
Head Lynch 
Wm. Edwards 
Thos. Reade 
Acquiller Gilbert 
Thos. Murry 



Matt. Talbot 
Chas. Talbot 

Joseph Rentfroe 
Saml. Hairston 



Robt. Hairston 
Wm. Irvine 



Ambrose Bramlett 
Wm. Bramlett 
Josias Gipson 
Rich. Andrews 
Geo. Watts 
Edmund Fair 
Jacob Anderson 

Wm. Chalmor 
James McRunnals 
John Thompson 
Abraham Mitchell 
Nicholas Hays 
John Pratt 
Luke Murphy 
James Johnston 
James Patterson 
John Neilson 
James Morris 
James Murphy 



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VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 



John Martin 
John Lawson 
Geo. Coldwell 
Wm. Hinton 
Jonathan Jennings 
John Brown 
Arch. Campbell 
Francis Siver 
Amhus Bramlett 
Robt. Martin 
Wm. Chalmore 
John Spurlock 
Barlet Henson 
John Robertson 
Wm. Manley 
Wm. Twiddy 
Isaac Butterworth 
Joseph Ryan 
Jas. McMurtry 
Rich. Phillips 
John Lawson 
Saml. Gilbert 
Danl. Gilbert 
Pharoah Ryley 
Wm. Fuqua 
John Jackson 
John Robertson, Jr. 
Jacob Anderson 
Patrich McDade 
Christ. Sitton 
John Hardman 
Charles Talbot 
Geo. Haynes 
John Richardson 
Josiah Richardson 
Evan Morgan 
John Morgan 
John Mackey, Jr. 
James Mackey 
Wm. Haynes 
Wm. Morgan 
Thos. Morgan 
Wm. Yates 
Joseph Benning 
John Benning 
Saml. Arrenton 
John Thomas 
Rich. Taylor 
John Moore 
Zach. Robertson 
Jonathan Richardson 



Peter Rawlins 
Peter Rawlins 
Robt. Shipley 
Robt. Shipley, Jr. 
Anthony Rawlins 
Patrick McDavid 
Wm. Simmons 
Zach. Burnley 
John London 
John Mattos 
Josiah Gibson 
Peter Jones 
Peter Ragsdale 
Geo. Abbott 
Nathan Tate 
Wm. Tate 
Wm. Haynes 
James Mackie 
Robt. Oglesby 
Geo. Smith 
Sandiver Cashiah 
Wm. Whitesite 
Henry Trunk 
Joseph Ray 
Rich. Woodward 
Thos. Pharman 
Jeremiah Early 
Jacob Henderson 
Ambrose Bryan 
Saml. Brown 
James Fair 
Chas. Bright 
John Watts 
John Handy 
Matt. Talbot 
Wm. Morgan, Jr. 
James Board 
David Preston 
Evan Morgan 
John Pyburn 
John Wright 
Geo. Grundy 
Moses Trenfroe 
Joseph Richardson 
Edward Choat 
Augustine Choat 
Robt. Peper 
Saml. Peper 
Philip Preston 
John Yates 
John Robertson 



Chas. Simmons 
John Daunn 
John Gallaway 
John Dixton 
Joseph Murty 
Israel Young 
Abraham Thompson 
Wm. Bramlett 
John Robinson 
Wm. Nix 
John Abston 
Wm. Anderson 
Jesse Paty 
Patrick Vance 
Thos. Overstreet 
Wm. Stone 
John Spenlock 
Geo. Smith 
Wm. Wooddie 
Jonathan Ginnings 
Wm. Ragsdale 
Peter Ragsdale 
Nathan Tate 
Wm. Tate 
Isaac Brown 
John Mattocks 
Peter Jones 
Sandesur Keiser 
Geo. Abet 
Benj. Hatcher 
John Mitchum 
John Tinker 
John Martiam 
Jonathan Jones 
Thos. Daws 
Wm. Morgan 
Wm. Board 
Patrick Halloquan 
John Meade 
Abel Meade 
James Alcorn 
James Moore 
John Haynes 
Danl. McFall 
James McFall 
James Jones 
Josiah Ramsey 
David Irvine 
Thos. Owen 
Patrick Johnson 
John Patrick Burks 



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John Grymes 
John Pyburn 
Thos. Hunt 
Jeremiah Pate 
John Pate 
Matt. Pate 
Anthony Pate 
Jacob Pate 
John Macky 
John Casey 
John Loson 
David Loson 
Wm. Lucks 
Saml. Gilbert 
James Bryan 
Wm. Layne 
Abraham Chandler 
Jesse Bryan 
Baranabus Arthur 
Geo. Hackworth 
Merry Carter 
Danl. Richardson 
Robt. Martin 
Stephen Runnals 
Stephen Towns 
Barnabus Arthur, Jr. 
James Talbot 
Augustine Leftwick 
John Hall 

Christopher Munday 
James Millwood 
John Snow 
Abraham Smith 
James Spencer 
Archelus McNeale 
John Vardeman 
Wm. Arthur 
Thos. Sexton 
Moses Preston 

Source: Herring, Vol. 7. 



Saml. Robertson 
Geo. Thomas 
Danl. Richardson 
Geo. Adams 
James Moore 
Jos. McDaniel 
Nathan Richardson 
Thos. Overstreet 
Wm. Handy 
Robt. Jones 
Wm. Carson 
Stephen Rentfroe 
John Anderson 
Wm. Davis 
Edward Davis 
Chas. Cox 
John Riley 
Wm. Puttect 
James Puttect 
James Rentfroe 
Nathan Pottlet 
Thos. Jones 
Wm. Crabtree 
John Davis 
James Corser 
David Morse 
Reuben Keif 
Wm. Dilenham 
Saml. Woodward 
Joseph McMurty 
Abraham McClelen 
Thos. Oglesby 
Andrew Hairston 
Patrick Hensey 
Wm. Twedey 
John Gallaway 
David Rosser 
James Carson 
Arch. Campbell 
Edward Ohair 



Robt. Jones 
James Callaway 
Saml. Robinson 
Hugh Crocket 
Thos. Baker 
John Orrack 
John Ward 
Jonathan Prater 
James Presnal 
Wm. Walker 
Wm. Phelps 
Wm. Montgomery 
James Fair 
Saml. Brown 
Rich. Woodward, Sr. 
Chas. Bright 
Edw. Bright 
Rich. Maples 
John Jones 
Wm. Burks 
Rich. Burks 
Boiling Burks 
Wm. Woodward 
Rich. Woodward 
John Woodward 
James Orchard 
Edward Watts 
Rich. Pritchard 
John House 
Thos. Duly 
James Duly 
Thos. Maclin 
James Wine 
John Watts 
Thos. Thirman 
James Bromlet 
John Bush 
Isaac Woodward 
Michael Poore 
Andrew Poore 



BRUNSWICK COUNTY, SEPTEriBER, 1758. 

Edward Goodrich, Capt. Vines Collier, Ensign Nathan Tatum, Serg. 

Frederick Maclin, Lieut. J^ptha Arthington,Ensg. John Tilman, Serg. 

John Parish, Lieut. Thos. Briggs, Serg. James Scott, Drummer 

Wm. Rose, Serg. 



Rich. Gower 
Wm. Parsons 



Saml. Jackson 
Peter Freeman 



Nath. Steed 
Edmond Barker 



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VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 



Isham Harris 
Wm. Bryan 
James Hargrove 
Robt. Wall 
Chas. Wall 
Peter Jackson 
Frederick Glover 
Thos. Mannin 
Mark Jackson 
Daniel Wall 
Robt. Peebles 
Wm. Foster 
Zebulun Lewis 
Jesse Brown 
Wm. Parham 
Nicholas Fennell 
Abram Martin 
Wm. Martin 
John Ramsey- 
John Calton 
Rich. Ramsey 
Benj. Simpson 
Thos. Connally 
Thos. Haulcum 
Edward Tatum 
Moses Tomerlin 

Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 



Edward Freeman 
Henry Jackson 
Chas. Gunter 
John Carlile 
Wm. Edwards 
Elias Fowler 
John Barnet 
Rich. Dobbins 
Joel Smith 
Danl. Collier 
Saml. Russell 
Robt. Gee, Jr. 
Wm. Cooke 
Wm. Gaultney 
Sampson Moseley 
Geo. Walton, Jr. 
Wm. Randolph 
Wm. Ledbetter 
Wm. Ledbetter, Jr. 
Saml. Sexton 
Nathan Harris 
Robert Gaultney 
Thos. Walton 
John Moore 
Robert Lanier 
Thos. Denton 
Wm. Denton 



Lewis Barker 
David Moss 
James Linch 
David Adam 
Roger Tilman 
Wm. Upchurch 
Thos. Nance 
Thos. Ravenscrop 
Michael Upchurch 
John Upchurch 
Geo. Wall 
Thos. Nance 
John Hailes 
Francis Mitchell 
Tobias Moore 
Robt. Nance 
David Kelly 
John Ray 
John Tilman, Sr. 
Joseph Parrish 
John Woolsey 
Peter Sinclair 
Geo. Brewer 
John Hix 
Drury Sims 
Mark Rollins 



CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, SEPTEilBER, 1758. 

Robt. Kennon 

Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 



CUMBERLAND COUNTY, SEPTEflBER, 1758. 



Robt. Slaughter, Col. 
Poindexter Mosby, Capt. 

John Payton 

John Parker 
Wm. Lightfoot 
John Ballenger 
John Field 
Thos. Slaughter 
Francis Brown 
Anthony Strother 
Francis Strother 
John Peyton 
Wm. Baker 
Wm. Edwards 



Sergeants. 

Rich. Doggett 

John Berry 
Thos. Ray 
Joshua Sherril 
Rueben Long 
Wm. Underwood 
Thos. Yeates, Jr. 
John Morgan 
Rich. Parker 
Alex. Frazier 
French Strother 
Edward Bush 



Wm. Slaughter, Lieut. 
Chas. Yancy, Ensign 

Hankison Read 

James Corder 
John Chisum 
Christopher Ziglar 
Mark Hardin 
Saml. Hensley 
John Bradley 
Rich. Parks 
Allen Wiley 
John Witherhead 
Edward Brown 
Thos. Baker 



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Robt. Scott 
James Browning 
Henry Stronsafer 
Wm, Wall 
John Yancy 
Wm. Tutt 
Geo. Goggins 
Nath. Parker 
John Shingleton 
Chas. McQueen 
John Cox 
John Powell 

Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 



John Care 
Wm. Thornhill 
James Story 
Wm. Poe 
Oliver Towles 
Saml. Pannell 
John Banger 
Wm. Day 
Peter Rucker 
Wm. Hopper 
John Pabley 



Joseph Duncan 
John Anderson 
John Faver, Jr. 
Wm. Collin 
Francis Jacoby 
Wm. Robertson 
John Duncan 
Wm. Nalle, Jr. 
James Garrett 
James Green 
Peter Fleshman 
Jacob Broil 



Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 



ESSEX COUNTY, SEPTEMBER, 1758. 

Forest Upshaw, Capt. 



FREDERICK COUNTY, SEPTEilBER, 1758. 
Thos. Speak, Capt. 



Arch. Ruddall 
John Hardin 

Thos. Speak 
John Horden 

Henry Selser 
Chas. Littleton 

John Jones 
Jeremiah Odlc 
Moses Job 
Reudy Mank 
Geo. Bennett 
Jonathan Odle 
James Thruston 
Patrick McKenny 
Rich. Mank 
Henry Mank 
Danl. Mank 
Henry McKenny 
Nath. Bailey 
Peter Bailey 
Wm. Cross 
Rich. Murphy 
Danl. Johnson 
Stephen Southard 
Edward Linsey 



Lieutenants. 

Thos. Speake 

Ensigns. 

John Allen 

Sergeants. 

James Ireson 

James Grigson 
Geo. Rice 
John Miller 
Wm. Jacobs 
Josiah Ewings 
Thos. Conaly 
Isaac Linsey 
David James 
Edward Tummens 
Owen Wingfield 
Walter Shirley 
Jarvis Shirley 
Robt. Goosberry 
John Parke 
Isaac Thomas 
James Jack 
Hugh Johnston 
James Jones 
Francis Maginis 



James McDowell 
John Allen 

Magnus Tatt 
James Ireson 

John Champain 
Geo. Wright 

Robt. Stewart 
Stephen Johnson 
John Regin 
Edward Timons 
John Colston 
Solomon Littleton 
Thos. Robinson 
Edward Degell 
Francis McCrimer 
Gasper Bewtoole 
Hugh Stephenson 
Josiah Combs 
James Morris 
Joseph Pierce 
Edward Mergee 
Jacob Mergee 
Nicholas Mclntire 
Benj. Sweet 
Wm. Hughs 



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VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 



Josiah Springer 
Jacob Pricket 
Stephen Stradler 
Chas. Colson 
John Hampton 
Saml. Mason 
Peter Petanger 
Francis McCormack 
Thos. Alfort 
Rich. Stearman 
Thos. Linsey 
Robt. Pearis 
Wm. Matthew 
John Stephenson 
John Vance 
James Meamack 
James Morris 
Wm. Hall 
Wm. Miller 
Benj. Fullam 
Wm. Locard 
Levi Jones 
Edward Martin 
Mark Hardin 
Solomon Burkem 
Saml. Stubbs 
Gilbert Gordon 
Geo. Bell 

Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 



Joseph Lyon 
Thos. Allen 
Andrew Blackburn 
Wm. Stephenson 
John Megill 
Benj. Blackburn 
Isaac White 
Mat. Harbison 
Wm. Blackburn 
Bryan Money 
James Hughes 
Joseph Fleming 
Wm. White 
John Young 
Joseph Taucett 
John Cooper 
David Williams 
Leonard Cooper 
Joseph Carroll 
John Cook 
Wm. Wilson 
Saml. Vance 
Andrew Vance 
James Huston 
Wm. Hughes 
John Cooper 
Danl. Johnson 
Thos. Price 



James Hugh 
James Camp 
Joseph Greenway 
Wm. Wilson 
Will Elimus 
John Laman 
James Legat 
Henry Vanmeter 
Jos. Vanmeter 
Remembrance Williams 
Edward Lucas 
John Taylor 
Rich. Hawkins 
Joseph Wattbroke 
John Vance 
Ghink Doctor 
John Dickson 
Holloway Perry 
Lawrence Landar 
Joseph Poison 
Wm. Frill 
Robt. Buckus 
Anthony Turner 
John Magill 
John Cook 
John Duckworth 
Anthony Dunlevy 
Jesse Jackson 



FAIRFAX COUNTY, SEPTEflBER, 1758. 

Captains. 

Nich. Minor James Hamilton 

Josiah Clapham, Lieut. Wm. Trammell, Ensign 

Sergeants. 

Chas. Martin Jesse Martin Francis Summers 



Edward Hardin 
John Donaldson 
Wm. Calvin 
Saml. Phillips 
James Thomas 
Wm. Darns 
Joshua Meaks 
John Wren 
Wm. Shortridge 
Saml. Jenkins 
Saml. More 
Rich. Pell 
Wm. Bowling 
Philip Merchant 
Geo. Valendingham 

Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 



Robt. Bowling 
Isaac Hussey 
Benj. Williams 
Moses Howard 
James Robinson 
John Davis 
Thos. Jenkins 
Abraham Stiff 
Joseph Adams 
Joseph Bradley 
Thos. Cartwright 
Francis Awbrey 
Joshua Claypole 
Wm. O'Daniel 
Thos. Saunders 



Edward Rice 
Wm. Cottrill 
John Car 

Simon Shoemaker 
John Shore 
Joseph Martin 
Peter Wilson 
Wm. Jackson 
Wm. McCoy 
Henry Townsend 
Thos. Morgan 
Thos. Ray 
Wm. Massey 
Franklin Perry 
Geo. Shoemaker 



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GOOCHLAND COUNTY, SEPTEMBER, 1758. 
Chas. Lewis, Col, 



Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 



HALIFAX COUNTY, SEPTEflBER, 1758. 



Robt. Wooding 
Peter Wilson 

Thos. Green 



Thos. Gallaway 
James Elkin 

Thos. Edwards 
Edward Peregoy 
John Lewis 
Peter Manin 
John Childers 
Wm. Simmons 
Huncrest Scarlock 
John Wade 
John Harris 
John Rice 
Thos. Norton 
Thos. Fern 
John Harris 
John Rice 
Thos. Norton 
Thos. Fern 
John Harris, Jr. 
Benj. Croley 

Source : Hening, Vol. 7. 



Abraham Maury, Col. 
Captains. 

Robert Wade, Jr. 

Lieutenants. 

Thos. Spragin 
James Dillard 

Ensigns. 
Sergeants. 

Privates. 

Rich. Moore 
Arch. Thompson 
John Blevins 
Clement Lee 
Wells Ward 
Nath. Hendley 
John Sturd 
James Sturd 
Wm. Blevins, Jr. 
Josiah Cox 
Ningum Prator 
Nehemiah Prator 
John Blevins, Sr. 
Wm. Asher 
John Garcer 
Wm. Rickle 
Joseph Morton 
John Lindsey 



James Dillard 
Thos. Callaway 

Wm. Edwards 



Hugh Harris 
John Edwards 

Wm. Murfee 

Geo. Young 

John Sillivant 

Wm. Seales 

Danl. Durbin 

Wm. Ratcliff 

Silas Ratcliff 

Wm. Satterwhite 

John Frederick Pickle 

Danl. Newman 

James Blevins 

John Talbot 

Thos. Wollin 

Pearce Gwin 

Wm. Cox 

Wm. Blevins 

John Williams 

Nath. Terry 



HANOVER COUNTY, SEPTEHBER, 1758. 
Captains. 

Christopher Hudson Geo. Pitt 

Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 

HENRICO COUNTY, SEPTEMBER, 1758. 

Thos. Mosely 
Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 

JAMES CITY COUNTY, SEPTEMBER, 1758. 

Wm. Vaughan, Capt. 

Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 



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KING GEORGE COUNTY, SEPTEHBER, 1758. 

Chas. Carter, Col. Wm. Rowley, Capt. 

Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 

LOUISA COUNTY, SEPTEHBER, 1758. 

Saml. Waddy, Capt. James Overton, Ensign. 



Henry Dickinson 
Clifton Rhodes 
Jeduthon Harper 

Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 



James Robinson 
Zenus Tatt 



Thos. Jones 
Nick. Meriweather 
Humphry Bickley 



LOUDOUN COUNTY, SEPTEflBER, 1758. 



Nicholas Minor, Capt. 

Francis Wilks 
James Willock 
John Owsley 

Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 



Wm. Stephens 
Robt. Thomas 
John Thomas 



Aeneas Campbell, Lieut. 

John Moss, Jr. 
John Moss 
Wm. Ross 



LUNENBERG COUNTY, SEPTEHBER, 1758. 



John Cargill 

Cornelius Cargill, Jr. 
Richard Dudgeon 

Wm. Hunt 
John McNess 



Bryan Coker 
John Flin 
Wm. Dudgeon 
Andrew Rogers 

Joseph Coker 
John Ashworth 
Isaac Ashworth 
Saml. Ashworth 
McKerness Good 
James Bardin 
Wm. Blanks 
Danl. Cargill 
Joel Klam 
James Flin 
Philip Goode 



Wm. Caldwell, Major 
Captains. 

Lieutenants. 

Wm. Stokes 

Ensigns. 

James Guillum 
Thos. Jones 
Joshua Wharton 

Sergeants. 

Saml. Morton 
Thos. Jones 
Peter Hamblin 
Jacob Gunson 

Privates. 

David Maddox 

Thos. Jones 

Francis Moore 

John Hankins 

James Fauster 

Gabl. Ferriss 

John Acuff 

John Hall 

Thos. Smith 

Peter Hamlin 

Thos. Hamlin 

John Abraham Degranch 



Pinkithman Hawkins 



Thos. Boldin 
Wm. Mitchell 



Jacob Womack 
John Colson 



Wm. Farrer 
Chas. Knight 
John Hammons 
Jacob Womack 

John Hains 
Thos. Pate 
James Daulton 
John Lett 
Micajah Scoggins 
Rich. Jones 
Stephen Hatchill 
John Pollert 
Wm. Parsons 
Alex. Richey 
Wm. Harvey 



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John Hight 
Wm. Hudson 
Rich. Hudson 
Francis Linsey 
Henry Prewitt 
Alex. Strange 
John Ragsdale 
Augustine Rowlands 
John Thompson 
Wm. Tibbs 
Henry Wade 
Aaron Williams 
Thos. Dandy 
Thos. Cargill, Jr. 
Edward Darby 
John Lucas 
Joseph Huse 
Thos. Daugherty 
John McConnal 
Talton East 
Leonard Keeling 
James Vernon 
Thos. Howie 
Barned Roberson 
David Logan, Jr. 
John East 
Wm. East 
Wm. Cunningham 
James Ross 
Robt. Sanders 
John Ward 
Thos. Keasy 
Thos. Moore 
Wm. Dickson 
Thos. Pollett 
John Caldwell 
Robt. Caldwell 
Matthew Watson 
Hezekiah Jarrott 
John Orr 
Robt. Martin 
James Caldwell 
John Vernor 
Rich. Berry 
Rich. Adams 
James Martin 
Danl. Slayton 
Wm. Anderson 
Wm. Philby 
James Doherty 

Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 



Nathan Adams 
David Perryman 
John Perrin 
Thos. Williams 
John Williams 
Danl. Handcock 
Thos. Hall 
Isaac Mundy 
Rich. Hicks, Jr. 
John Worsham 
Wm. Skelton 
Abram Martin 
Wm. Poole 
Geo. Levil 
Edward Shipley 
Abraham Vaughn 
James Lett 
James Worshborne 
John Perrin 
Nathan Adams 
Thos. Smith 
John Davis 
James Cooper 
James Norrell 
Thos. Hill 
Wm. Eastis 
Robt. Lark 
John Mannin 
Aaron Drummon 
Frans Atkins 
Edward Atkins 
Henry Stokes 
Rich. Ward 
Bennett Hallaway 
Thos. Bell 
James Spead 
Wm. Ashley 
Francis Norrell 
John Ather 
Thos. Leftwick 
Merry Carter 
Henry Snow 
Wm. Leftwick 
John Hall 
Hezekiah Hall 
Aquilla Hall 
Jacob Matthews 
Tarrence McDaniel 
John Gregory 
Peter Young 



David Parish 
Thos. McCormack 
James Thweat 
Nance Hitchcock 
Zachariah Dode 
John Mitchell 
Wm. White 
Edmond Hames 
John Twitty Matthews 
Saml. Glass 
Adam Thomson 
Wm. Townsend 
Lawrence Matthews 
Nathan Richeson 
Henry Sage 
Henry Talley, Jr. 
John Hammons 
John Coleman 
Chas. Allen, Jr. 
Chas. Knight 
Peter Knight 
Wm. Monroe 
Rich. Hamblet 
Saml. Wilson 
James Henderson 
John Bray 
John McNeal 
John Warren 
Rich. Ragsdale 
James Vaughan 
Wm. Comer 
Wm. Parham 
Vachel Dillingham 
Wm. Howard 
Ephraim Hudson 
James Kidd 
Nathan Ellis 
James Ellis 
Reuben Keith 
Wm. Dillingham 
Geo. Benn 
Arthur Matthews 
John Worsham 
John Hankins 
John Hall 
Robt. Hall 
Wm. Russell 
Francis Moore 
Abraham Womack 
John Mitchell 



J6 VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY, SEPTEHBER, 1758. 

Christopher Curtis, Capt. 
Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 

NANSEMOND COUNTY, SEPTEMBER, 1758. 

Edward Wright, Capt. 
Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 

NORTHAMPTON COUNTY, SEPTEMBER, 1758. 

John Haggoman, Capt. Michael Dixon John Pigot 

Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 

NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, SEPTEI1BER, 1758. 

William Taite, Maj. John Heath 

Source: Hening, Vol, 7. 

NEW KENT COUNTY, SEPTEMBER, 1758. 

Chas. Crump, Capt. Thos. Morton 

Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 

PRINCESS-ANNE COUNTY, SEPTEMBER, 1758. 

Christopher Wright, Capt. 

Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 

PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY, SEPTEMBER, 1758. 

Philemon Halcomb, Capt. John Nash, Jr., Capt. Henry Watkins, Ensign 

Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 

PRINCE GEORGE COUNTY, SEPTEMBER, 1758. 

Richard Bland, Col. Richard Bland, Jr., Capt. 

Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, SEPTEMBER, 1758. 

Henry Lee, Col. 

Captains. 

Wm. Tebbs Thos. McClanaham 

John Markham, Corp. 

Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 

SURRY COUNTY, SEPTEHBER, 1758. 

Wm. Seward, Jr., Capt. 
Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 

SUSSEX COUNTY, SEPTEMBER, 1758. 

James Wyche, Capt. 

Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 

SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY, SEPTEMBER, 1758. 

Peter Butts, Capt. 
Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 

SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY, SEPTEMBER, 1758 

Thos. Estis, Capt. 

Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 



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77 



STAFFORD COUNTY, SEPTEriBER, 1758. 

Withers Conway, Capt. 
Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 

WESTMORELAND COUNTY, SEPTEMBER, 1758. 

John Martin, Maj. John Newton, Capt. 

Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 

YORK COUNTY, SEPTEMBER, 1758. 

Robt. Shield, Capt. 



John Prentis, Maj. 

Source: Hening, Vol. 7. 



AUGUSTA COUNTY, 1763. 



Andrew Lewis, Col. 

Robt. Brackenridge 
Edward Carwin 
James Hughes 
John Crawford 

Source: Hening, Vol. 8. 



Wm. Preston, Maj. 

Michael Terbolt 
John Armstrong 
Lantey Armstrong 
John Donnelly 
James Bryan 



Benj. Harrison, Capt. 

John Smith 
Saml. Meredith 
Robt. Kirkum 
Joseph Bates 



AUGUSTA COUNTY, 1759. 



John Smith 
Audley Hall, Lieut. 

Robert Steel 
James Haynes 
Chas. Ramsey 
John Greenlee 
James Greenlee 
Chas. Slinker 
Saml. Newbery 
Wm. McDonald 
John Robertson 
Henry Filbrick 
Joseph McClellan 

Source: Hening, Vol. 8. 



Captains. 



Abram Thomson 
James Stewart 
James Berry 
James Amox 
James Dooley 
Henry Dooley 
Abraham Dooley 
Danl. Young 
Edmund Young 
Thos. Caldwell 
Humphrey Baker 
James Hay 



Alex. Sayers (deed.) 
Joseph Ray, Sergt. 

Chas. Lockart 
Saml. Vance 
Alex. Collier 
John Cox 
David Cox 
James Arbuckle 
Matt. Arbuckle 
John Arbuckle 
Gilbert Christian 
John Gregory 
Arthur Campbell 



ALBEMARLE COUNTY, 1756. 

Wm. Fuqua Thomas Walker 

Source: Hening, Vol. 8. 

BEDFORD COUNTY, 1758. 

Wm. Irvine 
Source: Hening, Vol. 8. 

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, 1760. 

Abel Farrar, Lieut. Stephen Blankenship 

Source: Hening, Vol. 8. 



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FREDERICK COUNTY, 1759. 

Luke Collins, Capt. Rich. Pearis 

Source: Hening, Vol. 8. 

HALIFAX COUNTY, 1759. 

Joshua Powell 

Source: Hening, Vol. 8. 

HALIFAX COUNTY, 1760. 

Geo. Boyd, Lieut. 
Source: Hening. Vol. 8. 

HALIFAX COUNTY, 1763. 

Robt. Wade, Capt. Peter Rogers, Lieut. James Lyon, Ensign 

John Link, Sergt. Henry Strugs, Sergt. 



John Dean 
Stephen Terry 
Rich. Murfey 
Joshua Jones 
Jonathan Jones 
John Bently 
Wm. Follas 
Wm. Bell 
Rich. Condron 
John Dyer 
Elias Brock 
Jacob Shepard 
David Boiling 
Berton Link 

Source: Hening, Vol. 8. 



John Login 
Thos. Hicks 
Wm. Falling 
John Hampton 
Rich. Griffin, Jr. 
John Smith 
James Symms 
Abram Whitter 
EHsha Pierce 
Edward Cason 
Larkin Cason 
John Jennings 
John Salmon 



James Page 
Bryan Nowling 
Frederick Edwards 
Edward Morgan 
Jacob Bouyiis 
Wm. Robinson 
Wm. Rosebury 
John Ray 
Joshua Smith 
John Goff 
Frederick Farmer 
David Hamby 
Jonathan Hamby 
Rich. Turner 



KING AND QUEEN COUNTY, 1757. 

John Richards 
Source: Hening, Vol.8. 

LOUDOUN COUNTY, 1757. 

Stephen Thatcher Thomas Bond 

Source: Hening, Vol.8. 

LOUDOUN COUNTY, 1763. 

Capt. Moss Lieut. Gore 

Source: Hening, Vol.8. 

LUNENBURG COUNTY, 1758. 

Bryan Lester 
Source: Hening, Vol. 8. 

NORFOLK COUNTY, 1758. 

Henry Darnell 
Source: Hening, Vol. 8. 

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, 1763. 

Wm. Bay lis 
Source: Hening, Vol. 8. 



Lord Dunmore's War, 1774. 



Muster rolls of companies defending the frontier. 

A list of Captain Daniel Smith's Company of Fincastle Militia. 
Daniel Smith, Captain John Kinckeid, Ensign 

William Bowen, Lieut. David Ward, Ensign 

Privates. 



Drury Pricket (Pucket) James Kendrick 



Joseph Home 
James Scott 
James Price 
Saml. Dollarhide 
Christian Bergman 
David Kingkeid, Jr. 
William Neale 
Robert Donalson 

Source: Draper MSS. 



Thomas Mullin 
Alden Williams 

Charles 

Robert Brown 
James Smith 
Archelaus Scott 
Joseph Olverson 
Samuel Vanhook 
(Undated I^ist, 4XX61). 



Burton Litton 
Benj. Jones 
Robert Griffin 
Thomas Price 
Richard Price 
Wm. McFarland 
John Courtney 



List of men contd. in a letter of Michael Woods to Col. William Preston. 



Joseph Inglish 
William Cliften 
James Williams 
Henry Walker 
Richard Woods 
Charles Atkins 
Samuel Camble 
Squire Gatleph 
Richard Herd 
George Scott 
Francis Rowan 

Source: Draper MSS. 



Robert Wiley, Snr. 
Thomas Wiley 
Samuel Astle 
William Lesey 
Jeremiah Cary 
Joshua Inglish 
Andrew Woods 
Adam Clendenin 
Adam Woods 
Henry Atkins 
Michael Woods 
(3QQ30). 



Wm. Cavanough, Snr. 
John Umphres 
John Nicklas 
George Sobe 
Peter Dingos 
Robert Wiley, Jnr. 
Thomas Haket 
Ishmall Babit 
Henry Oharron 



List of men contd. in a letter from Thomas Burk to Col. Preston, 
ye 30, 1774. 

Philip Martin 
George Martin, Jnr. 
George Fry, Jnr. 
Thomas Hale 



May 



Henry Librough 
Edward Hale 
John Lucas 
Charles Lucas, Jnr 



William Lucas 
Christy Martin 
Willinton Adkins 



Source: Draper MSS. (3QQ3*)- 



A list of Robert Doack's Company of Militia, June 2, 1774. 
John Stephens, Lieut. William Meek, Serjeant 

Andrew Thompson, Ensign William Doack, Ensign 

William Ward, Serjeant James Downy, Serjeant 

David Doack, Jnr. John Pierce Samuel E wing 



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John Stephens 
Adam Walker 
Samuel Doack 
John Williams 
John Nowell 
Jacob Kinder 
Andrew Bronstetter 
Thomas Bell 
Moses Moor 
John Gilihan 
Martin Staily 
Christly Weaver 
John Bunshell 
Henry Waggoner 
Michael Grigger 
Nicholas Cloyne 
Patrick Johnston 
Charles Fullen 
Duncan Gullion 
Jacob Kinsor 
Michael Kinsor 
John King 
William Campbell 
Bezaleel Maxwell 
David Maxwell 
John Henderson 
Francis Catron 
John Downy 
Thomas Mead 
Arnold Shell 
Moses Gordon 
Samuel Moor 
George Kinder 
Hugh Robinson 
Peter Kinder 
Jacob Dobler 
Samuel Handly 

Source: Draper MSS. 



Michael Weaver 
John Messer smith 
Barnet Messersmith 
Henry Waggoner, Jnr. 
Peter Grigger 
Campbell Baily 
Barny Gullion 
John Gullion 
Jacob Catron 
Walter Kinsor 
William King 
Samuel Campbell 
John Maxwell 
Robert Stephenson 
William Litz 
Frederick Rap 
Jacob Catron 
Adam Catron 
Philip Catron 
Peter Hedrick 
John Cattes 
George Wambler 
Frederick Moor 
Jacob Hamilton 
Thomas Hamilton 
George Carr 
William Carr 
Roger Cats 
John Crawford 
John Irvine 
William Litz 
James Douglass 
Thomas Rodgers 
John Lesly 
George Vaut 
James Mitchell 
Philip Dutton 
(3QQ34). 



Alexander Bwing, Jr. 
Archibald Reagh 
Samuel Paxton 
Robert Miller 
George Henly 
Andrew Vaut 
Jacob Blesly 
John Adams 
Peter Catron 
Michael Staffy 
Michael Walter 
Mitchael Wambler 
Adam Boh 
Isaiah Hamilton 
Francis Hamilton 
Michael Catron 
James Carr 
Ben Rutherford 
John Vails 
John Diver 
Robert Stephenson 
George Douglass 
James Rodgers 
Daniel Henderson 
Samuel Henderson 
Thomas Mitchell 
John Nuland 
Alexander Ewing 
William Ewing 
John Reagh 
Paddy Saint Lorrance 
Robert Porter 
William Henly 
Christly Vaut 
John Carr 
John Blesly 



Fragment of Muster Roll of Capt. Wm. Campbell's Company. July, 1774. 



Philemon Higgins 
Joseph Newberry 
Stephen Hopton 
John Lewis 
William Hopton 



John Neil 
Richard Lyhnam 
John Boles 

Benjamin Richardson 
John Johnston 



Richard Woolsey 
Audlin Williamson 
Conrad Sterns 
William Richardson 
William Champ 



Source: Draper MSS. (3QQ63). 



A list of men in Capt. Daniel Smith's Company, 13 Aug., 1774. 

The following list of garrisons in the border forts is found in two docu- 
ments, which have been combined into one. " E. G." indicates Elk Garden; 
"M. S.," Maiden Spring; " W.," Whitton's Crab Orchard Fort. The first five 
men on the list were discharged Nov. 18th, after ninety-eight days' service. 



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At the Elk Garden Fort. 

Robert Brown, Sergeant, found bread 15 days, M. S. till 23d, then W. 

John Lewis, listed 13th Aug. E. G. 

Ericus Smith, E. G. Found bread till 29th Aug. 

James Laughlin, E. G. " " " " 

William Priest, E. G. " " " " " 

Robert Breeze, E. G. " " " " " 

Benjamin Jones, E. G. Discharged 29th Aug. 

Samuel Priest, E. G. Discharged 29th Aug. He found bread. 

Thomas Jones, W. He found bread. Listed 14th; discharged 29th. 

Thomas Price, E. G. Found bread. 

Thomas Donelson, E. G. Found bread. 

Robert Donelson, E. G. Found bread. 

Richard Breeze, W. Listed 17th; discharged 29th. 

Thomas Brumly, M. S. 

James Rogers, M. S. Listed 22nd; discharged 29th. 

David Priest, E. G. Found bread. 

Henry Manadue, E. G. Found bread. 

James Anderson, E. G. Listed 23d; discharged 29th. Found bread.. 

Richard Price, E. G. Listed 23rd; discharged 29th. Found bread. 

John Kingkeid, E. G. Listed 14th Aug. Found bread. 

David Kingkeid, E. G. Listed 14th Aug. Found bread. 

The 29th Aug. all the above men except the first five were discharged. 
Mr. John Kingkeid was then appointed their Sergeant the 12th Sept. He 
took into pay: 

James Anderson Henry Manadue Richard Price 

Ben Jones Robert Brown, 2d Sept. David Kingkeid 

David Priest Robert Donelson Thomas Donelson 

Samuel Priest Thomas Price 

At the Glade Hollow Fort. 

Ensign Hendly Moore 

Mr. John Dunkin, Sergeant 

James McCarty "1 

Archibald Scott | 

James Price } Listed 29th Aug. 

Drury Pricket | 

Jeremiah Able J 

James Scott "1 

Isaac Crisman 

William Ferrill } Listed 19th Sept. 

Richard Thompson | 

Francis Cooper J 

William Pharis, 29th Aug. , discharged 25th Oct. W. 

Solomon Litton 

James Coyle "1 

William Wilmoth \ 29th Sept. 

Joseph Horn J 

Richard Byrd 



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Abraham Cooper, Oct. 29-Nov. 18. 
Archibald Woods, Oct. 31-Nov. 18. 
William Bustar, Nov. 6-Nov. 18. 

Editor's Note.— The last three names are found in the second list only. 
They apparently enlisted after returning from the Point Pleasant expedition. 

At the riaiden Springs Station, 26th Aug., 1774. 

Mr. Robert Brown, Sergeant till 23rd Sept., then Joseph Cravens. 

Henry Willis. 

Joseph Cravens. 

James M'Clehany, discharged 19th Oct. 55 days. 

James Cravens. 

John Jameson, listed 29th Aug. ; discharged 19th Oct. 53 days. 

James Rogers. 

Thomas Brumly, listed 22nd Aug. ; discharged 19th Oct. 60 days. 

Andw. Lammy, listed 16th Aug. ; 4th Sept. Saml. Fowler came in his room. 

John Flintham, listed 14th Aug. ; discharged 19th Oct. 68 days. 

James Douglas, M. S. 

John Newland, W. "] 

Samuel Paxton, W. } Listed Sept. 14th, discharged 22nd. 8 days. 

Philip Dutton, W. j 

John Cravens, M. S., 23rd Sept. 

Rees Bowen, Aug. 26-Sept. 2. 

David Ward, Aug. 26-Sept. 2. 

Robert Cravens, Nov. ist-Nov. 18th. 

At the Upper Station. 

Mr. John Campbell, Ensign. 

Isaac Spratt, Sergeant, listed 15th Aug. 

George Dohorty, listed 15th Aug.; 25th Sept. went away without leave. 

Andrew Steel, listed 15th Aug. ; Oct. 18th discharged. 64 days. 

John Hambleton, listed 15th Aug.; discharged 18th Oct. 64 days. 

Alexander Grant, listed 15th Aug. ; deserted 8th Sept. 

David Bustar, listed 29th Aug. 

William Thompson, listed 29th Aug. 

Edward Sharp, 7th Sept. listed; discharged 21st. 14 days. 

Michael Glaves, 6th Sept. Went away without leave 7th Oct. 

James Fullen, 5th Sept. ; discharged 21st. 16 days. 

James Edwards, 5th Sept. Went away without leave 30th Sept. 

John Williams, 7th Sept. ; discharged 16th. 9 days. 

Thomas Potter, 5th Sept. Went away without leave 7th Oct. Came back. 

Levi Bishop, 8th Sept. ; 22nd Sept. 

Robert Moffet, 8th Sept. 

Alexander Henderson, 15th Sept. Went away 12th Oct. 

Francis Hambleton, 15th Sept. Went out without leave 25th Sept. Came 

back. 
John Crafford, 15th Sept.; discharged 24th. 10 days. 
Isaiah Hambleton, 15th Sept. ; 22nd Sept. went away without leave. 
Benjamin Rediford, 15th Sept. ; 26th, went away, came back Oct. 1st. 
Andrew Branstead, 15th Sept.; 26th, went away, came back Oct. 1st. 



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James Mitchell, 15th Sept.; 26th, went away, came back Oct. 1st. 

Rowland Williams, 15th Sept. 

Mr. Thomas Whitten, Senr., appointed Sergeant 26th Sept. 

Thomas Whitten, Jnr., Oct. 1st. 

John Grinup, Oct. 1st. 

Francis Hynes, Oct. 1st. 

Samuel Doack, listed Oct. 1st, went away 12th Oct. 

Thos. Rogers, listed Oct. 1st, went away 12th Oct. 

John Lashly, listed Oct. 1st, went away 12th Oct. 

William King, Oct. 1st 

Thos. Meads, Oct. 1st. 

Jacob Kindar, Oct. 1st. 

Daniel Henderson, Oct. 10th. 

Peter Kindar, Oct. 10th. 

Jonathan Edwards, in his brother's room, 6th Oct. 

Christian Bergman, 5th Oct. 

Michael Razor, 24th Oct. 

Jeremiah Whitton, 27th Oct. 



Aug. 1 2th. 
10 days. June nth. 



Scouts. 

William Bowan, 

James Fowler. 

Thomas Maxwell, 

Rees Bowan. 

David Ward. 

John Kingkeid, 17 days. 

William Priest, 7 days. 

John Sharp, 10 days. 

William Crabtree. 

Samuel Hays. 

Robert Davis, 15 days of his time to go to Robt. Moffet. 

At Elk Garden, 1 Sergeant, 15 men. 

Fort Christian, 1 Ensign, 1 Sergeant, 15 men. 

Maiden Springs, Brown and Cravens and 12 men. 

Whittons, 1 Ensign, Spratt and Whitten and 44 men. 

Source: Draper MSS. (5XX2; 6XX106). 

A list of Capt. William Nalle's Company of Volunteers from Augusta 
County. 

September, 10th day, 1774. 
William Nalle, Captain 



Jacob Pence, Ensign 
Martain Nalle, Lieut. 
William Feavil 
Moses Smith 
Israel Meader 
John Grigsby 
Zacarias Lee 
Benjamin Petty 
Bruten Smith 
William Spicer 
Charles Brown 



William Bush, Sergeant 
Barnod Crafford, Sergeant 
John Bush, Sergeant 
Henry Miner James Washbun 

Sefniah Lee James Alexander 

Mecagh Smith Joseph Roay 

John Deek John Pright 

John Williams John Owler 

James Selby James Miller 

Abraham Rue John Chism 

John Null Henry Cook 

Shadrick Butler Thomas Brook (Confined) 



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George Rucker 
William Scails 
Yenty Jackson 
George Fuls 
George Harmon 
Adam Hansburger 
John Breden 

Source: Draper MSS. 



Robert Rains 
Steven Washburn 
Henry Owler 
Richard Welsh 
John Goodall 
Michael Gurden 
James Todd 
(2ZZ30). 



Chesly Rogers 
Zacarias Plunkepel 
William Smith 
John Fry 
Joseph Butler 
James Reary 
Jacob Null 



A list of John Murray's Company of Volunteers from Botetourt. 

September 10th, 1774. 
John Murray, Captain 
Samuel Wallace, Lieut. 
William Taylor, Sergeant 
John Larken, Sergeant 



Wm. McKee, Lieut. 
Adam Wallace, Ensign 
Moses Coiler, Sergeant 
John Simpson, Sergeant 



Barney Boyls, Sergeant 
Hugh Logan 
James Arnold 
Stephen Arnold 
William Moor 
John Nelson 
John Sedberry 
William McCorkle 
George Milwood 
Andrew Evins 
Joseph McBride 
Thomas Nail 
John Lapsly 
James Walker 
Ezekiel Kennedy 
John Jones 
John Moor 
William Simpson 
Thomas McClure 
John McClure 
Peter Kasheday 
Robert Wallace 
Thomas Peary 
John Grigs 



George Cummins 
John Eager 
Hugh Logan 
James Neely 
Peter Higans 
William Bradly 
William Brown 
*Johh BarkTy"" 
Isaac Trimble 
William Johns 
James Bambrige 
John Gilmor 
James Hall 
James Crawley 
Daniel Blair 
Thomas Burny 
Daniel Simkins 
William Lyons 
James Simkins 
Nicholas Mooney 
Solomon Brundige 
Stephen Harris 
Daniel Fullin 



David Wallace 
Moses Whitby 
James Gilmor 
James Cunningham 
John Kelsey 
Hugh Moor 
Joseph Gibson 
William Cochran 
James Logan 
John Logan 
Thomas Hedden 
Prisley Gill 
John Coiler 
Johnathan Watson 
William Neely 
John Milican 
William Connor 
John McGee 
James McCalister 
Andrew Wallace 
Peter McNeil 
Andrew Alden 
John Murray 



Source: Draper MSS. (2ZZ32.33). 



A Roll of Capt. Philip Love's Company of Volunteers. 

There are two lists of the company of Capt. Philip Love. The second, 
dated Oct. 7th, contains but one additional name — James Neeley, Cadet. 

Sept. 10th, 1774. 
Phi. Love, Capt. 
John Mills, Ensign 
Francis McElhaney, Quarter M. S. 
James Alexander, Sergeant 
Robert Owen Thomas Welch 

Sam. Andrews Thos. Welch, Jnr. 

William Scott Patrick Conner 



Daniel McNiell, Lieut. 
Wm. Ewing, Sergt. Major 
Sieltor Taylor, Sergeant 
John Craford, Sergeant 
John Buchanan 
Charles Davis, Batman 
Wm. Franklin 



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85 



Sam. Mt. Gumry 

(Montgomery) 
William Teasy 
John Dodd 
Thos. Perce 
Thos. Armstrong 
John Dunn 
Charles Byrne 
Thomas Gilberts 
Abraham Demonse 
Will Hooper 
Sam Savage 



Joseph Pain 

Will Armstrong 

Daniel McDonald 

James Simson 

Thomas Brown 

James Neeley 

Abraham Moon, Batman 

to Colo. Lewis 
George Craig, Batman to 

Colo. Lewis 
Richd. Willson, Carpenter 
Robt. Smith, Batman 



James Franklin 
Wm. Hanson 
James McDonald 
Richard Collins 
James M. Guillin 
John McGinness 
Griffin Harriss 
John Jones, Cadet 
John Markes 
John Robinson, Batman 
John Todd, Cadet 
Daniel Ormsbey, Batman 



Source: Draper MSS. (2ZZ32,33). 



A list of Capt. John Lewis' Company of Volunteers from Botetourt. 

The Draper MSS. contains two lists of this company. The difference is in 
the last seven names, which have been transferred from the second list, while 
the alternative spelling of names is derived from the same source. 
John Henderson, Lieut. Robert Alliet (Eliott) Ins. 

Samuel Glass, Sergeant William Bryans, Sergeant 

Peter Huff, Sergeant William Wilson, Sergeant 

Samuel Kstil, Sergeant John Donally, Fife 

Thomas Alsbury, Drum 

Privates. 



John Swoop 
Alexander Kelley 
Edward Egins 
James Ellison 
John Deniston 
James Stuart 
John Savage 
Christopher Welsh 
James Crawley (Croley) 
James Dulin 
Isaac Fisher 
Peter Ellenburgh 
Andrew Kissinger 
Samuel Barton 
William Clifton 
Joseph Love 
Leonard Huff 
Samuel Croley 
William Isum 
Isaac Taylor 
Martin Carney 



Peter Hendrix 
John Hundley 
Thomas Huff 
Thomas Edger 
Molastin Peregin 
James McNitt 
Nathan Farmer 
John Carpender 
Adam Caperton 
Mathew Creed 
James Charlton 
Mathew Polug 
Thomas Kanady (Canady) 
William Jones 
Richard Packwood 
John Arthur 
William Robison 
Samuel Huff 
Edward Wilson 
Robert Boyd 
John Reburn 

2nd List. 



Matt. Jewitt William Man 

William Boniface Adman Cornwell 

Henry Boyer Robert Davis 

Source: Draper MSS. (2ZZ27, 28). 



Isaac Nickels 
Philip Hammon 
James Burtchfield 
Solomon White 
Thomas Carpender 
Solomon Carpender 
Jeremiah Carpender 
David Cook 
John Boughman 
Jacob Boughman 
Robert Bowles 
James Burnsides 
Dennis Nail 
Henry Howard 
Walter Holwell 
Samuel Burcks 
Gabriel Smithers 
Thomas Burnes 
Hugh Caperton 



Mathias Kisinger 



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A list of Capt. Buford's Company of Volunteers from Bedford Co. 
Thomas Dooley, Lieut. Jonathan Cundiff, Ensign 

Nicholas Mead, Sergeant Wm. Kenedy, Sergeant 

John Fields, Sergeant Thomas Fliping, Sergeant 

Abraham Sharp on Comd. Absalom McClanahan on Comd. 



William Bryant 
Wm. McColister 
James Scarbara 
John McClanahan 
James McBride 
John Carter 
William Overstreet 
Robert Hill 
Samuel Davis 
Zachariah Kennot 
Augustine Hackworth 
William Cook 
Uriah Squires 
Thomas Hall 

Source: 



William Hamrick 
Nathaniel Cooper 
John Cook 
Mr. Waugh, cadet 
John McGlahlen 
John Campbell 
William Campbell 
Adam Lin 
Thomas Stephens 
William Keer 
Gerrott Kelley 
James Ard 
William Deal 
John Bozel 
John Welch 

Draper MSS. (2ZZ36). 



Thomas Hamrick 

James Boyd 

James Dale 

Robert Ewing 

Francis Seed 

William Hackworth 

John Roberts 

Joseph White 

Joseph Bunch 

Jacob Dooley 

Thomas Owen 

John Read 

John Wood, cow driving 

Robert Boyd 



Captain Stewart's Company. 
Charles O'Haara, Sergeant 
Skidr. Harriman, Sergeant 



(From torn MS. in his own writing). 
James Donaley, Sergeant 



Daniel Workman 
Samuel Williams 
Wm. O'Harra 
Robert O'Harra 
James Paulley 
James Clarke 
John Pauley 
Arch. McDowell 
Wm. Hogan 
Andrew Gardner 
Qeavy Lockhart 



Samuel Sullivan 
Thomas Fargison 
John McCandless 
Thomas Gillespy 
Henry Lawrance 
John Crain 
William Dyer 
Edward Smith 
John Harris 
Joseph Current 
Wm. Clindinning 



Spencer Cooper 
Daniel Taylor 
Joseph Day, on Comd. 
Jacob Lockhart, on Comd. 
George Clinding 
John Burke 
Charles Keeneson 
William Ewing 
John Doherty 
John McNeal 
Joseph Campbell 



Source: Draper MSS. (2ZZ40). 



A list of Capt. Robert McClenachan's Company of Volunteers from Bote- 
tourt. 

William McCoy, Lieut. Matthew Bracken, Ensign 

Thomas Williams, Sergeant William Craig, Sergeant 

Samuel Clark, Sergeant William Jones, Drum 



John Harmon 
James Kinkaid 
George Kinkaid 
David Cutlip 
James Morrow, Senr. 
James Morrow 
James Gilkeson 
Even Evens 
William Stewart 



Edward Thomas 
Patrick Constantine 
William Custer 
Lewis Homes 
William Hutchisen 
Edward Barret 
John Williams 
Richard Williams 
James Burrens 



John Patten 
Thomas Ellias 
Charles Howard 
James Guffy 
Thomas Cooper 
William McCaslen 
John Cunningham 
Francis Boogs 
John Vaun 



Source: Draper MSS. (2ZZ39.) 



LORD DUNMORE'S WAR, 1 774 



87 



Capt. Pauling's list of Botetourt troops. 



Henry Pauling, Capt. 
Samuel Baker, Ensign 
Robert Findley, Sergeant 
Robert Watkins 
Philip Hanee 
James Dehority 
William Thompson 
William Holley 
Joel Doss 
William Ray 
Dangerfield Harmon 
Stephen Holston 
James Wilson 
Dudley Callaway, canoe 
David Bellew, canoe 
Andrew Rodgers 
Robert Ferrill 
Andrew Harrison 
George Simmerman 



Edward Gouldman, Lieut. 
Obediah H. Treat, Sergeant 
James Woods, Sergeant 



Thomas Wils6n 
Alexr. Culwell on Comd. 
William Gilliss 
Edward Ross 
Matthew Ratliff 
William Glass 
John Fitzhugh 
William Canaday 
John Clerk 
John Frazer 
George Davis 
Thomas Mecrary 
Richd. Rollens 
Mical Luney 
John Gibson 
Charles Ellison 



John Aggnue 
James Donoho 
Thomas Reid 
Joseph Whitticor 
Isham Fienquay, canoe 
David Condon, canoe 
Richard Remaster 
James King 
John Hutson 
William Macalister 
Jeremiah Jenkins 
Edward Carther 
Martin Baker 
James Lyn 



Source: Draper MSS. (2ZZ41). 



A list of Capt. Evan Shelby's Company of Volunteers from Fincastle. 

The original list is in Capt. Evan Shelby's own handwriting. The names 
of the officers as far as known were, Isaac Shelby, Lieut. ; James Robertson 
and Valentine Sevier, Sergeants. 



1 Capt. 
1 Lieut. 
1 Ensign 
4 Sergeants 
4 Canoe Men 
1 on Com. 
James Shelby 
John Say ers 
John Findley 
Henry Shaw 
Daniel Mungle 
John Williams 
John Carmack 
Andrew Terrence 
George Brooks 
Isaac Newland 
Abraham Newland 



George Ruddle 
Emanuel Shoatt 
Abram Bogard 
Peter Torney 
William Tucker 
John Fain 
Saml. Vance 
Saml. Fain 
Saml. Hensley 
Saml. Samples 
Arthur Blackburn 
Robert Herrill 
Geo. Armstrong 
William Casey 
Mark Williams 
John Stewart (wounded; 
Conrad Nave 



Richard Burck 
John Riley 
Elijah Robison 
Rees Price 
Richard Holliway 
Jarrett Williams 
Julias Robison 
Charles Fielder 
Benj. Grayum 
Andrew Goff 
Hugh Ogullion 
Barnett Ogullion 
Patrick St. Lawrence 
Jos. Hughey 
John Bradley 
Basilael Maxwell 

E. Shelby. 



Total, 45 privates, including six of Captain Herbert's men from Fincastle. 
7 0ctr., 1774. 
Source: Draper MSS. (2ZZ37, 38). 



88 



VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 



Return of troops camped 
Willam Fleming. 

List of Wounded Men now 
Capt. Shelby's Company. 

John Stuart 

Reece Price 

John Cormick 
Capt. Russell's Company. 

John Basdel 

William Prince 
Capt. Campbell's Company. 

Thomas Baker 
Capt. Arbuckle's Company. 

John McMullin 

David Glascum 

John Freeland 

William Morris 

Source: Draper MSS. (2ZZ35). 



at Point Pleasant under command oi Colonel 

on my List. Octr. 23, 1774. 

Capt. Lewis's Company. 

Thos. Hoof (Huff) 

Thomas Carpenter 
Capt. Love's Company. 

James Alexander 

William Franklin 
Capt. McKee's Company. 

Stephen Arnold 
Capt. Stuart's Company. 

Charles Kinson 

Thomas Fourgeson 
Major Robertson's Company. 

Henry Bowyer 
Capt. Herbert's Company. 

James Newell 



Capt. James Harrod's Party, 1774. 

The men in the following list were the pioneers of Harrod's Kentucky 
settlement. Twenty-two of their number enlisted under Harrod and joined 
Col. Christian's division of Fincastle troops that arrived at Point Pleasant 
after the battle. 

Patrick Doran 

James Sanders 

Davis Glenn 

James Wiley 

John Shelp 

James Davis 

Elijah Harlan 

William Crow 

William Myres 

Jared Cowan 

John Crow 



James Harrod 
Azariah Davis 
Arthur Campbell 
William Campbell 
John Cowan 
William Fields 
William Martin 
David Williams 
James Kerr 
Silas Harlan 
Joseph Blackford 



Abraham Chapline 
Henry Hogan 
John Smith 
James Brown 
Azariah Reese 
Martin Stull 
William Garrett 
John Clark 
William Venable 



Source: Draper MSS. from the McAfee Papers. (i4j, 128). 

PARTIAL LIST OF THE OFFICERS KILLED AND WOUNDED 

AT THE BATTLE OF POINT PLEASANT, OCT. 10, 1774. 

Field Officers Killed. 

Col. Jno. Field. 
Field Officers Wounded. 



Col. Charles Lewis 



Col. Wm. Fleming. 



John Murray 
Saml. Wilson 



Thos. Buford 
John Dickison 



Captains Killed. 

Robt. McClenahan 
Charles Ward 

Captains Wounded. 

John Skidmore 



Lieut. Hugh Allen 
Ensign Matt. Brakin 



Lieut. Lard 
Lieut. Vance 



LORD DUNMORE'S WAR, 1774 

Subalterns Killed. 

Ensign Cundiff 

Subalterns Wounded. 

Lieut. Golman 
Lieut. James Robison 



89 



Source: Niles Weekly Register, Vol, 12, p. 145. 



PARTIAL LIST OF OFFICERS AND MEN AT THE BATTLE OF 

POINT PLEASANT, Oct. 10, 1774. (K— Killed). 
Andrew Lewis, Brig.-General, Commanding. 

Colonels. 



Charles Lewis (K) 


Wm. Christian 




William Fleming 


John Field (K) 
Captains. 




Matt. Arbuckle 


Love 


James Robertson 


Thos. Buford 


Wm. McKee 


Wm. Russell 


Jno. Draper 


Robert McClanahan ( K) 


John Stewart 


John Dickinson 


Saml. McDowell 


Evan Shelby 


James Harrod 


Wm. Christian 


Wm. Shelby 


Herbert 


John Field (K) 


Slaughter 


Joseph Haynes 


Alex. McClanahan 


I. Skidmore 


Benj. Harrison 


Geo. Matthews 


Dan'l. Smith 


John Lewis 


John Murray (K) 


James Ward 


John Lewis 2nd 


Wm. Paul 


Sam'l Wilson 


Lockridge 


Paulin 

Lieutenants. 




Hugh Allen (K) 


Thos. Ingles 


Tate 


John Draper 


Lard 


Vance 


Goldman 


Robinson 




John Henderson 


Isaac Shelby 

Ensigns. 




Bracken (K) 


Cantiff (K) 

Privates. 




Wm. Arbuckle 


Simon Gerty 


Robinson 


Jno. Arbuckle 


Ellis Hughes 


Alex. Reed 


Blair 


Philip Hammond 


Jno. Steele 


Clay (K) 


Hickman (K) 


Trotter 


Coward 


Saml. Lewis 


James Trimble 


Wm. Campbell 


Thomas Lewis 


John Van Bibber 


Jno. Campbell 


Simon Kenton 


Peter Van Bibber 



90 



VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 



Chas. Clendenin 
Robert Clendenin 
Leonard Cooper 
Wm. Eastham 



Thomas Posey 
Jacob Warrick 
John Frog (K) 



Sam'l McCullock 
Wm. Moore 
Walter Newman 
John Pry or 

Commissary=General< 

Butcher. 

Sutler. 



James Welch 
Bazatell Wells 



Source: West Va. Hist. Mag., Vol. 2, p. 30. 



Augusta County Militia in 1742. 



Company No. 1 



James Pattern, Col. 
John Smith, Capt. 
John Moffit, Lieut. 
Sam. Hogshead 
John Hogshead 
Will Hogshead 
Dan McAnear 
Math. Edmestan 
John Finley 
Walter Trimble 
John Francis 
Rob Ralston 
John Young 
Alex. Blair 
Alex. Craig 
Thos. Gillespy 
And. Erwing 
Benj. Erwine 
John Erwine 
Edw. Erwine 



John Buchanan, Capt. 
Will Evins, Lieut. 
Joseph Kanada 
Jams. Cooke 
Chas. Donooho 
Solo. Moffot 
Jas. Sunderlin 
Will. Sayers 
John Dyche 
Rob. Cotton 
Chas. Camble 
Sam. Walker 
Alex. Walker 
Joh. Walker 
Joseph Walker 
Cha. Hays 



Will Anderson, Ensign 
Dan Danniston, Serj. 



John Trimble 
Jas. Trimble 
Rob. Moffet 
Jas. Wright 
John Anderson 
Rob. King 
Rob. Poage 
Jas. Armstrong 
Rob. Patterson 
John Pattison 
Jas. Craford 
Jas. Lesley 
Will Barkins 
Felix Kanady 
Thos. Gordon 
And. Mitchel 
Jas. Robertson 

Company No. 2. 



Gabl. Pickins 
Rob. Leeper 
Sam. Moore 
John Miller 
Jas. Miller 
Patr. Quine 
Mat. Armstrong 
John Ramsey 
Dan. Danniston 
Sam. Northward 
Rob. Renick 
John Archer 
Sampson Archer 
James Sayers 
Thos. McCulough 
Geo. Anderson 



Jos. Cotton, Ensign 
John Mitchel, Serj. 



Jab. Anderson 
Joh. Anderson 
Jams. Anderson 
Isaac Anderson 
And. Hays 
John McCroseree 
Will. Buchanan 
Edw. Boyle 
Will. Humphrey 
Rich. Courser 
Sam. Dunlap 
Will. Louchrage 
Rob. Dunlap 
Jams. Ecken 



Will. Mitchell 
Natha. Evins 
John Stephenson 
Jas. Eken 
Jas. Greeblee 
John Paul 
Mat. Lyle 
Joh. Gray 
Ths. McSpedan 
Joh. Mathews 
Will. Armstrong 
Rob. Huddon 
Will. Hall 
Sam. Gray 



9i 



9 2 



VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 



And. Martin 
John Edmoston 
Jas. Robinson 
Ths. Duchart 
Will. Quin 
Thos. Williams 



James Cathey, Capt. 
John Given 
John Case 
Andr. Carl 
.^VilLBrown 
David Logan 
John Case 
Sam. Case 
Thos. Stephenson 
David Stephenson 
John McClewer 
Joseph Hanna 
John Frame 
John King 
Hugh Camble 



John Christian, Capt. 
Wm. Christian, Lieut. 
John Holms 
Josep Reed 
Finley McClewer 
Georg. Camble 
Georg. Caldwell 
Wm. Caldwell 
Alex. Thompson 
Jas. Caldwell 
Isaac McCulough 
Jas. Armstrong 
Wm. Armstrong 
Thos. Henderson 
Wm. Henderson 
Rob. Conigham 
Wm. Conigham 
Thos. Black 
Wm. Johnston 
Joh. Davison 
And. Cowin 
Jas. Moody 
Jas. Willson 
Niol. Leeper 
J no. Turk 
Wm. Adams 



Will. McCoutes 
John Moor 
Will. Moor 
David Moor 
Alex. Moor 
And. Moor 

Company No. 3. 

Robert Joweter 
Michel Dickey 
Rob. Brown 
Nichol Leeper 
Rob. McDowel 
Sam Hues 
Wm. Hains 
Rob. Craig 
James Allan 
Wm. Monson 
James Chambers 
Wm. Johnston 
Sam. Givens 
James Givens 
Thos. Lander 



Isaac Taylor 
Michel O'Docherty 
Sam. McClewer 
Natha. McClewer 
John Philipmayer 



David Nelson 
Archibel Hamilton 
Rob. Koney 
James Fowler 
Edw. Givens 
James Case 
Georg. Anderson 
Nathan Underwood 
Georg. Anderson 
James Scot 
Andr. Cathey 
Fracs. Raley 
John McCown 



Company No. 4. 

Fran. Betty, Ensign 



David Mitchel 
Rob. Ramsay 
Georg. Breackinred 
J no. Mitchel 
Jno. Doake 
Sam. Doake 
Patt. Hayes 
And. Boyd 
Jas. Fulton 
John Fulton 
John Brownlee 
Chas. Camble 
Jas. Camble 
Will. Camble 
Jno. Buchanan 
Nathan McClewer 
Jas. Robinson 
Antho. Black 
Will. Lang 
Thos. Bell 
Jas. Bell 
Jno. Black 
Jas. Black 
Wm. Robinson 



John Robinson 
Thos. Shields 
Alx. Fordice 
And. McCord 
Jas. Beans 
Thos. Beans 
Anth. Hamilton 
David Steel 
Rob. Alexander 
And. Scot 
Morris Thompson 
John Maxwell 
Ths. Lewis 
Pat. Barney 
Alex. Brackinredg 
Rob. Brackinredg 
Jas. Brackinridg 

McCoulough 

Jas. Miller 
Rob. McClenachon 
John Thompson 
And. Russel 
Rand McDonel 
Hug. Martin 



AUGUSTA COUNTY, 1 742 



93 



Peter Showll, Capt. 
And. Burd, Lieut. 
Abram Harden 
John Hill 
Johnath. Burley 
John Harison 
Georg. Clemens 
Wm. Halimes 
Benj. Haws 
Zebulan Harrison 
John Harrison 
Jno. Davis 
J no. Taylor 
Thos. Lawker 
Joseph Burley 



James Gill, Capt. 
Wm. Sharrell 
Rans. Harding 
Wm. Willing 
John Johnson 
John Wilkins 
Georg. Furbush 
Barnaber McHenery 
Rich. Dictum 
Cornleus Dan. Murley 
Nicol. Cain 
Nicola. Brock 
Henry Brock 
Martin Shoemaker 



John Wilson, Capt. 
Sam McCallhison 
Nathan Luck 
John Shields 
John Green 
John Patterson 
Georg. Davidson 
Jno. Hunter 
Wm. Hunter 
J as. Hunter 
Jno. Rusk 
Jas. Clark 
Wm. Vance 
Rob. Crocket 
John Trumble 
Wm. King 



Company No. 5. 

Math. Skeens, Ensign 



Griffiths Thomas 
Wm. White 
John White 
Isaac Lotos 
Adam Sherral 
Wm. Sherral 
Rob. Caldwal 
Volante Severe 
John Miller 
John Cumberland 
Will. Briges 
Jacob Jacobs 
Wm. Carrel 

Company No. 6. 

John Dobin, 
Jno. Fisher 
John Hawlain 
Ths. Wilkins 
And. Holman 
Joseph Harding 
Georg. Legler 
John Ryal 
Joseph Dunham 
Abram Dunklederey 
Timothy Taylor 
Riley Moor 
Georg. Willes 
Fradrich Brock 

Company No. 7. 

Morace Offral 
Sa. Walace 
Rob. Davies 
John Spear 
Jno. Brown 
Thos. Peery 
Wm. McClantok 
Alex. McCorrel 
Wm. Johnston 
Rob. Young 
Jno. Young 
Jas. Young 
Hugh Young 
Jacob Lockard 
Ths. Kirkpatrick 
Patt. Cook 



Thos. Moor 
John Hodg 
Stephanes Harworth 
Absolum Harworth 
Jas. Harworth 
John Harworth 
John Reeson 
Steph. Howard 
Absolum Howard 
Joseph Howard 
John Benson 



Lieut 
Sam. Brown 
J oKn "McClai r n 
John Cumberland 
Wm. Sharrle, Sr. 
Wm. Sharrle, Jr. 
Sam Beason 
James Spencer 
Wm. Pricket 
Wm. Hall 
Wm. McClain 
Michel Brock 
Thos. West 
Wm. Sanies 



David Camble 
Jas. Lockard 
Kno. McCutcheon 
Wm. McCutcheon 
Jas. McCutcheon 
Rob. McCutcheon 
Alex. Crocket 
Wm. Camble 
Nathaniel Davis 
James Philip 
Jno. Barkley 
Jas. Luck 
Jas. Tramble 
Benj. Walker 
Wm. Leadgerwood 



94 



VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 



George Robinson, Capt. 

Jas. McFeron, Lieut. 

Dan. Mananghan 

Mark Eval 

Peter Ranfro 

Georg. Draper 

Rob. Roland 

Edm. Smith 

Fran. Kelly 

And. Gaughagall 

Henry Stiles 

Hen. Philip 

Ths. Looney 

Rob. Looney 

Dan. Looney 

Adm. Looney 

Mark Joans 



John McDowel, Capt. 
Jas. McDowel 
Ephe. McDowel 
David Dreden 
Alex. McClewr 
Jono. McClewr 
Holbert McClewr 
Sam. McRoberts 
Thos. Taylor 
Jno. McKnab 
And. McKnab 
Thos. Whiteside 
Jno. Aleson 
David Bires 
Alex. McClure 
Jno. Gray 



Company No. 8. 

Pat. Shirky, 
Jas. Ranfro, 

Jno. Smith 

Jno. Askins 

Hugh Caruthers 

Jno. Flower 

Wm. Bradshay 

Jas. Coal 

Jno. Coal 

Bryan Cass 

Wm. Craven 

Cornel. Dougherty 

Simon Acres 

Wm. Acres 

Nicol. Horsford 

Josh. Tasker 

Mealore 

Company No. 9. 

Moses McClure 
Patt. McKnab 
Jno. Cosier 
Wm. Hall 
Erwin Patterson 
Edw. Patterson 
Jno. Miles 
Jos. Finey 
Jas. Harderman 
Chas. Quail 
Sam. Wood 
Wm. Wood 
Rich. Wood 
Hen. Hirkam 
Josp. Lapsley 
Gilbert Camble 



Ensign 
Serj. 

Hen. Brown 
Sam. Brown 
Jas. Burk 
Wm. Bean 

Evins 

Sam. Martin 
Peter Kinder 
Stevan Evens 
Peter Watkins 
Stephen Ranfro 
Benj. Davis 
Wm. Clark 
Wm. Sheperd 
Benj. Dearon 



Jas. Camble 
Rob. Young 
Math. Young 

Long 

Jas. More 
Hugh Cuningham 
Jas. Cuningham 
Jno. Cares 
Fran. McCowen 
Hum. Beaker 
Jno. Peter Paley 
Mich. Miller 
Loromor Mason 
Jno. Mathews 



Source: Draper MSS., Hist. Soc. of Wisconsin. 



Miscellaneous County Rosters. 



niLITIA OFFICERS CHARLES CITY COUNTY. 

Sept. 17, 1655. 

Col. Edwd. Hill Capt. Daniel Peibles 

Lieut. -Col. Walter Aston Capt. Wm. Harris 

Capt. Richard Tye Capt. Danl. Lewellin 

July 2, 1661. 

Col Abraham Wood Capt. Edward Hill 

Lieut. -Col. Thos. Drewe Capt. Francis Gray 

Major Miller Harris Capt. Thos. Stegge, 
Capt. John Epes Commander of Horse. 

Source: Order Book. 

COUNTY MILITIA.-RANGERS. 

James City, Jan. 13, 1692. 

Giles Webb, Lieut. John Taliaferro, Lieut. 

Thomas Smith, Lieut. David Straughan, Lieut. 

Source: Va. State Papers, Vol.1, p. 32. 

LANCASTER COUNTY MILITIA, 1656 

Att a court helde at James Cittie the 13th of December, 1656. 
Colonel, John Carter Major, Tho. Bries 

Lieut. -Colonel, Hen. Fleete 
Source: Va. Mag., Vol. 8, p. 177. 

RETURN OF FIELD OFFICERS FOR ELIZABETH CITY CO. 
November 22, 1752. 

John Hunter, Col. Cary Selden, Capt. 

John Tabb, Major of Horse Chas. King, Capt. 

Robt. Armistead, Major of Foot Westwood Armistead, Capt. 
Source: Va. State Papers, V. I, p. 247. 

LIST OF OFFICERS IN ESSEX COUNTY. 

April 9, 1753. 

John Corbin, Col. of Militia Fran. Smith, Major of Horse 

Thos. Waring, Col. of Horse Wm. Roan, Major of Foot 

Wm. Dangerfield, Col. of Foot 

95 



96 VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 

Captains. 

Forest Upshaw Fra. Waring Wm. Garnett 

James Jones Rich. Tyler Saml. Hipkins 

Wm. Covington Thos. Edmundson Simon Miller 

Source: Va. State Papers, Vol. I, p. 247. 

FAUQUIER COUNTY. 

May 24, 1759. Joseph Blackwell. Sheriff; Henry Churchill, Esq., Co. 

Lieutenant. 
Aug. 23, 1759. William Blackwell, Colonel; William Eustace, Major. 
Sept. 27, 1759. John Bell, Colonel; Elias Edmonds, William Wright, 

Armistead Churchill, John James, Augustine Jennings, Thomas 

McClanahan and Robert Ashby, Captains. 
March 27, 1760. Simon Miller, Captain; George Bennet, Thomas Watts, 

William Howell, James Foley, Lieutenants. 
June 27, 1760. William Little, Captain. 

Oct. 23, 1760. Howson Kenner, Captain ; James Seaton, Lieutenant. 
Nov. 28, 1760. Henry Mauzy, Lieutenant. 
April 23, 1 761. Thomas Harrison, County Lieutenant ; John Bell, Colonel; 

William Eustace, Major. 
May 28, 1761. John Bell, Sheriff. 
June 26, 1761. William Blackwell, Colonel ; John James, Robert Ashby, 

Captains. 
July 23, 1 761. George Kenner, Thomas McClanahan, Augustine Jennings, 

Captains ; Jacob Rector, Ensign. 
July 23, 1 761. William Little, Captain ; Henry Mauzy, Lieutenant ; Peter 

Kampser, Ensign. 
Aug. 27, 1761. Thomas Marshall, James Scott, Captains ; James Seaton, 

William Conway, Lieutenants; Original Young, Burdit Clifton, Ensigns. 
Sept. 24, 1761. Nimrod Ashby, Captain. 
Nov. 26, 1 761. Simon Miller, Captain; George Bennit, Lieutenant; James 

Foley, Thomas Garner, Ensigns. 
March 25, 1762. Martin Pickett, Bailey Johnson, Lieutenants ; William 

Norris, Timothy Stamps, William Neavil, Ensigns. 
May 27, 1762. Howson Kenner, Major. 
June 25, 1762. James Seaton, Captain. 
May 26, 1763. William Grant, Esq., Sheriff. 
Sept. 22, 1763. John Gibson, Captain ; Peter Grant, Thomas Raley, 

Lieutenants. 
Sept. 27, 1764. James Bell, Captain. 
Nov. 24, 1766. John Moffett, Captain. 

July 28, 1767. Charles Morehead, Captain ; John Chilton, Lieutenant. 
March 26, 1770. Augustine Jennings, Major. 

April 23, 1770. William Eustace, Colonel ; Thomas Helm, Captain. 
May 28, 1770. Paul Williams, Lieutenant. 
Oct. 22, 1770. John Ashby, Jr., Captain. 

May 24, 1773. Nicholas George, Captain; Richard Covington, Lieutenant. 
^ ource : Order Books. 



MISCELLANEOUS COUNTY ROSTERS 



97 



Joseph Hollsclaw John Hitt 

Alex. Jeffries Joseph Hitt 

Stephen Bailey, Patrowler Thos. Jackman, Jnr. 



FAUQUIER COUNTY 

Roster of Captain Wm. Edmond's company of Virginia troops in the 
French and Indian war, 1761. 
Martin Pickett, Lieut. 
Wm. Ransdale 
Wm. Norris, Ensign 
Simon Morgan, Serg. 
Edmond Baisley, Serg. 
Thos. Porter, Serg. 
John Baisley, Serg. 
Saml. Simpson, Corp. 
Edw. Ball, Corp. 
Humphrey Arnold, Corp 
Joseph Smith 
Wm. Underwood 
Wm. Smith, Snr. 
John Miller 
Thos. Smith 
Wm. Robertson 
Henry Martin 
Chattin Lampkin 
James Lampkin 
Thomas Bell 
James Bell 
William Ball 
James Jeffries 



Jeffrey Johnston 
Herrman Hitt 
Wm. M. Penison 
J no. Morgan 
Wm. Pickett, Jnr. 
Thos. McClanahan 
Wm. Smith, Jnr. 
Richard Jackman 
John Russell 
Wm. Bragg 
John Boden 



Source: 



Danl. Triplett 
Wm. White 
Hugh Jaquitt 
Jos. Carter 
Charles Martin 
Henry Boatman 
Jas. Oliver 
George Herrin 
James Pendleton 
Jno. Pickett 
John Hitt, Jnr. 

Jno. Hitt, son of Joseph Wm. Russell 
Wm. Gibson Carr Bailey 

Simon Morgan Wm. Willson 

Law Taylor John Blackwell 

Jos. Taylor Jas. Bailey 

John Baisey Peter Taylor 

Jos. Hudnall Jas. Morgan 

Jno. Hudnall, Patrowler Charles Garner 
Wm. Norriss John Duncan, Jnr. 

Thos. Harrison, County Lieut. Sept. 25, 1761. 

Va. Hist. Mag. V. 7, p. 305. 



ISLE OF WIGHT CO. HILITIA 

At a Court held Nov. 5th, 1772. 
Timothy Tines, Major 



John Scarsbrook Wills, Captain 

Benj. Applewhaite, Capt. 

John Lawrence, Capt. 

In the militia of this county, severally took the oaths, etc. 

Source: Order Book. 



James Bridger, Capt. 
Henry Harrison, Capt. 
Benjamin Ely, Lieut. 
James Wills, Lieut. 



LIST OF OFFICERS IN KING AND QUEEN COUNTY. 
June 12, 1707. 



Col. John Lightfoot 
Col. John Walker 
Major John Lee (horse) 
Capt. John Major (horse) 
Capt. Jeremiah Clowdes (horse) 
Capt. Thomas Pettit (dragoons) 
Capt. Thos. Tunstall (dragoons) 
Source: Va. State Papers, Vol. I, p. 114. 



Capt. John -Collier (foot) 
Capt. John Gyly (foot) 
Capt. James Wood (foot) 
Capt. Thos. Walker 
Lieut. Rich. Norshaw Walker 
Cornet James Walker 



9 8 



VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY MILITIA, JULY 10, 1676. 



David Hume, Lieut. 
Richard Duerdine, Corpl. 



Walter Doconly 
James Gray 
William Rane 
William Forbus (Forbes) 
John Davis 
Edward Ellis 
Thomas Little 
Cornelius Lane 
John Hackley 



Ralph Whitten, Corpl. 
Thomas Jackson 
Source: Order Book. 



John Hunter, Sergt. 
Thomas Dring, Corpl. 

Privates. 



Edward Clarke 
William Wright 
James Theste 
William Cottrell 
Henry Griffith 
John Simpson 
Hugh Roberts 
William Harris 
William Wood 

Horsemen, 



Danl. Hargrove 
Charles Sheppard 
Richard Bishopp 
John Tembed 
Thomas Smith 
Patrick Mitchell 
Philip Tanxey 
Thomas Stone 



William Sumers 
Thomas Smith 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY MILITIA, 1687. 

Att a Court held for the County of Middlesex the 23rd day of November, 
16S7. Present : 

Coll. Christopher Wormeley, Captain Walter Whitaker, Mr. John 
Wortham, Mr. Oswald Carey, Mr. William Daniell. 

The Court being mett together by vertue of his Excelees. Commands 
Signified by his letter of the 14th Instant to take an Accot. of what men in 
the County are Capable to finde horse and men, as likewise to serve on Foot 
in the Militia of this County. Upon full examination of the same doe hereby 
make returne as followeth : 

That the Persons whose names are underwritten are by this Court 
thought of Sufficient abilitie to finde a Man, horse and Armer : 



James Blaze 
Mr. Doodes Minor 
Mr. Maurice Cock 
William Montague 
Mr. Randelph Seager 
Jeremy Avery 
Tho. Lee 
Mr. Robt. Price 
Mr. Abrah. Weekes 
Mr. Tho. Corbin 
John Nash 
Mr. Francis Weekes 
Thomas Tazeley 
John Rickins 
George Goodloe 
Marvill Moseley 



Mr. John Willis 
Mr. Henry Thacker 
John Jeffreys, Esq. 
Thos. Williams 
Mr. Charles Curtis 
Mr. John Nicholls 
Col. Christr. Wormeley 
Mr. Robert Boodle 
Coll. John Armistead 
Widdow Batcheldor 
Mr. Alexander Smith 
Mr. Tho. Stapleton 
Edward Clarke 
Mr. John Wortham 
Mr. Richard Robertson 



Mr. Job Vause 

Mr. William Nicholson 

Mr. Henry Nicholls, Jr. 

Mr. Henry Wood 

Mr. George Reeves 

Mr. John Cant 

Ralph Wormeley, Esq. 

Mr. Joseph Goare 

Mr. Robert Dudley 

Mr. John Needles 

Mr. Tho. Hill 

Tho. Townsend 

Mr. Will Churchill 

Mr. Christopher Kilbell 

Mr. James Curtis 



Mr. Christopher Robinson Mr. Max Petty 

Wm. Brooks, Trumpetter 



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99 



And they say Upon further Examination that the persons underwritten 
are thought by this Court Capable to Serve as footmen and to finde them- 
selves with Armes. 



Henry Osborne 

John Summers, Drummer 

Thomas Bdgecock 

Antho. Daughton 

John Lohil 

George Guest 

Tho. Paine 

Robert Poste 

John Brumm 

William King 

Thomas Wood 

John Gutteridge 

John Micham 

Richard Allen 

Thomas Crispe 

John Brewer 

James Ingram 

Thomas Kidd 

Robert Williamson 

Robert Blakey 

William Mullins 

Abraham Brierly 

Nicho. Paine 

John Furrill 

Richard Reynolds 

John Parsons 

Alex. Murray 



John Stamper 
William Woodward 
William Downing 
John Smith, 

Mrs. Weatherby's son 
Nicholas Rice 
Thomas Munns 
Thomas Thompson 
Peter Brummell 
Patrick Miller 
William Tignor 
Robert Gillian 
Augustine Scarborow 
William Dudley 
John Sutton 
William Thompson 
William Beamont 
William Barber 
John Ross 
Tho. Stiff 
John Bell 
John Bristow 
Tho. Blewford 
Nicho. West 
Edward Dorker 
Robert Chewning 
Nicholas Fowle 
George Pristuall 



William Carter 
Richard Gabriell 
John Goodrich 
Tho. Guy 
John Beamont 
Andrew Williamson 
William Lloyall 
John Skeer 
Peter Chelton 
Thomas Norman 
John Vivion 
Tho. Cranke 
Francis Dodson 
John Else 
Willis Humphreys 
James Bendall 
Ezekiah Rhodes 
John Sandford 
Thomas Gardiner 
George Woolley 
James Dudley 
Tho. Dudley 
David Barwick 
William Sheppard 
James Pate 
Francis Fragoe 
Thos. Wetherston 
Michaell Musgrave 



NORTHAriPTON COUNTY, 1651. 

The following were appointed to command the military districts at a 
Court, May 10, 1651. 

Capt. Stephen Charlton of Nassawattocks. 
Capt. Edmund Scarborough of Occohannock. 
Capt. Saml. Goldsmith of Nandue. 
Capt. Wm. Andrews of Hungars. 
Capt. John Stringer of Savage's Neck. 
Capt. Obedience Robins. 
Capt. Edward Douglas of Magotha Bay. 
Capt. Peter Walker to command the Horse. 

The following were appointed to command the military districts or pre- 
cincts of Northampton, 9th of October, 1651. 

From lower end of Magotha Bay to south side of Old Plantation Creek, Cap- 
tain Edward Douglas. 

For regiment of Horse, Captain Peter Walker. 

From the house of Lewis Whyte to Old Plantation Creek, including John 
Little's house at Seaside, Major Obedience Robins. 



IOO VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 

From house of Lewis Whyte including Savage's Neck, Captain John Savage. 
For Hungars Creek, Captain William Andrews. 
For Nuswattocks Creek, Captain Stephen Charlton. 
For Occahomock Creek, Captain Edmund Scarburgh. 
For precincts of Nandua, Captain Samuel Goldsmith. 

Source : Northampton Court Rec, Vols. 3 and 4, 

OFFICERS OF NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY MILITIA 

July 4, i676. 

Col. Codd Capt. Leod. Howson 

Lieut. -Col. Saml. Smyth Capt. Mattrone 

Major Thos. Brereton Capt. Peter Knight 
Capt. J no. Rogers 

NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, 20 September, 1676. 

The following officers have been in ye service since nth of July. 
Capt. And. Morton Serj. Jno. Trape 

Lieut. Jno. Browne Drummer, Jno. Payne 

Serj. Jno. Phillips 
Source : William & Mary Quarterly, Vol. 8, pp. 25, 27. 

RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY, i656. 

Att a grand Assembly helde at James Cittie, nth December, 1656. 
Colonel Moore Fauntleroy Captain William Underwood 

Lieut. -Colonel Toby Smith Captain Fra. Slaughter 

Major Tho. Goodrich Captain Richard Lees 

Va. Mag, V. 8, No. 2, p. 177. 

RICHilOND COUNTY ORDER BOOK. 

Applications for pay for services rendered" by the Militia, under date of 
March 6, 1704-5 : 

Wm. Tayloe, Colonel & Commander Captain William Barber 
in Chief Captain Henry Brereton 

Captain Thomas Beale Captain John Tarpley 

Captain John Craske Captain Charles Barber 

October, 1704 

Captain William Underwood Captain Alexander Donaphan 

Captain Nicholas Smith 

October 2, 1713, 

Colonel John Tayloe Captain Robert Tomlin Lieut. Thomas Barber 

Lieut. -Col. Charles Barber Capt. Newman Brockenbrough 
Captain John Tarpley, Jr. Lieut. James Russell Lieut. Francis Dowman 
Captain James Ingo Lieut. John Morton Cornet Thomas Nash 

Cornet Henry Wilson 
Qualified in their respective commissions by taking the required oaths. 
Source : Order Book. 



MISCELLANEOUS COUNTY ROSTERS 



IOI 



niLITIA IN SURRY COUNTY IN 1687. 

"This Court having considered the Capacitie and abilities of the several 1 
Freeholders and Inhabitants of this county doe most humbly present his 
Excellency the following persons for horse and ffoott as they are here severall 
set downe." Ordr. of Council dated 8 br. ye 24th, 1687. 



Col. Phill. Ludwell, 
man and horse 
John Thompson 
Tho. Collier 
Walter Flood 
Tho. Flood 
John Watkins, Capt. 
Roger Potter 
Wm. Foreman 
Tho. Binns 
Tho. Warren 
Geo. Williams 
Tho. High 
Samll. Thompson 
Jno. Edwards 
James Jordan 
River Jordan 
Jno. King 



Sion Hill 
Danll. Regan 
Rogr. Williams 
Law. Fleming 
Ja. Byneham 
Geo. Blow 
John Byneham 
David Beard 
Jno. Golledge 
Fra. Sowerby 
Cha. Merrett 
Wm. Draper 
Jno. Steward 
Rich. Judkins, Junr. 
Joshua Proctor 
Robert Owen 
Wm. Rogers 
Jno. Drew 
Wm. Foster 
Wm. Howell 
Jno. Lathar 
Wm. Gray 



For Horse. 

Wm. Simons 
Tim. Essell, Junr. 
Tho. Bentley, Junr. 
Tho. Jolly 
Wm. Carpi nter 
Jno. Barker 
Tho. Tias 
Wm. Hunt 
Wm. Rose 
Tho. Bage 
Xto. Foster 
Ni. Meriwether 
Antho. Hardwicke 
Tho. Busby 
Jos. Ford 
Hen. Tucker 
Tho. Drew 
Robert Lancaster 

For Foot. 

Nat. Dennis 
Tho. Presson 
Jethro Barker 
Hincha Gillum 
Jno. Rankins 
Jno. Collier 
Wm. Blackborne 
Jer. Ellis, Junr. 
Wm. Wheeler 
Tho. Peddington 
Jno. Battle 
Ja. Watkins 
Max Mansell 
Jno. Rogers 
Robt. Nathan 
Jno. Wallis 
Jarvis Newton 
Rich. Smith 
Wm. Harrington 
Ja. Porch 
Tho. Farmer 
J a. Morish 



Tho. Jarrett 

Tim. Walker 

Ni. Sessorms 

Wm. Gwathney 

Math. Swann 

Wm. Chambers 

Wm. Gray 

Wm. Newsume 

Wm. Newit 

Jno. Holt 

Wm. Hancock 

Rogr. Delke 

Charles Jarrett 

Wm. Seward, a Quaker 

Tho. Partridge, a Quaker 

Walter Bartlett, a Quaker 

Jno. Barnes, a Quaker 



Ja. Ely 

Wm. Cockerham 

Tho. Wolves, a Quaker 

Jno. Shugar 

Tho. Waller 

Ja. Bruton 

Tho. Wright 

Antho. Evans 

Wm. Bruton 

Jno. Page 

Wm. Blith 

Tho. Lane, Junr. 

Bray Hargrave 

Tho. Futrill 

Jno. Clarke 

Wm. Rugsbee 

Rogr. Gilbert 

Jno. Phillips 

Wm. Creed e 

J a. Hugate 

Tho. Browne 

Robt. Hart 



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VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 



Jno. Spitless 
Wm. Crews 
Walter Tompkins 
Wm. Wray 
Wm. Petway 
Jno. Fiveash 
Robt. Warren 
Allen Warren 
Peter Deberry 
Jno. Clarke 
Wm. Rivers 
Tho. Kersey 
Tho. Andrews, Junr. 
Robt. Andrews 
Bat. Andrews 
Cha. Digby 
Fra. Regan 
Edwd. Booky 
John Higgs 
Jonah Bennett 
Daniel Andrews 
Tho. Ironmonger 
Wm. Nash 
Law. Meazle 
Humphrey Felps 
Robt. Dolling 
Tho. Sidway 
Patrick Lashly 
Geo. Jordan 
Jno. Allen 
Peter Bayley 
Jno. Middleton 
Geo. Nichollson 
Jno. Wilkinson 
Wm. Tillinsworth 
Adam Heath 
Wm. Harvy 
Cha. Briggs 
Jno. Roberts 
Wm. Dennis 
Richard Greene 
Tho. Wiggins 
Richard Hyde 
Tho. Hayward 
Noah Barefoot 
Jno. Pulesson 
Geo. Huson 
Robt. Judkins 
Blewit Beamont 
Cha. Judkins 
Tho. Forbush 



Owen Mirick 

Jno. Garner 

Jno. Sharpe 

Robt. Austin 

Tho. Battle 

Jno. Warpool 

Wm. Houlford 

Tho. Hux 

Tho. Adkins 

Rich. Adkins 

Ja. Jolly 

Robt. Nichollson 

Hen. Wych 

Walter Cotten 

Joell Barker 

Tho. Blunt 

Henry Briggs 

Wm. Horniford 

Jos. Wall 

Robt. Littlebery 

Jno. Brown 

Ja. Kilpatrick 

Tho. Ward 

Jno. Gray 

Roger Nicholls 

Richard Jackson 

Jno. Rodwell 

Wm. Jackson 

Daniel Rich 

Robert Craford 

Jonah Hickman 

Jno. Kindred 

Rich. Moonk 

Austin Hunnicutt 

Jno. Berryman 

Wm. Also 

Nathan Joyce 

Daniell Harryson 

Jeoffry Busby 

Nathl. Hales 

Bat. Figgus 

David Phillips 

Rich. Jones 

Hez. Bunnell 

Hen. Norton 

Tho. Perice 

Cha. Savage 

Tho. Mathars 

Rogr. Squier 

Hen. Baker 

Geo. Morrell, a Quaker 



Rich. Shaw 
Rich. Peirce 
Edwd. Nubee 
Michael Essell 
Geo. Essell 
Edw. Taylor 
Robert Inman 
Tho. Edwards, 

of Hog Island 
Edwd. Runee 
Tho. Cockerham 
Tho. Cooke 
Tho. Cotten 
Edwd. Grantum 
Tho. Sowersby 
Cha. White 
Luke Mizle 
Rich Jordan, Senr. 
Wm. Knott 
Edwd. Greene 
Tho. Blunt 
Jer. Ellis, Senr. 
Tho. Deerkin 
Rich Beighton 
Robt. Flake, Junr. 
Jos. Richardson 
Ar. Davies, Senr. 
Wm. Holt 
Wm. Goodman 
Phill. Shelley 
Jos. Thorpe, Junr. 
Dennis Rethden 
Robt. Lacy, a Quaker 
Robert Renolls 
Michael Upchurch 
Tho. Harebottle 
Ja. Griffin 
Jno. Greene 
Ar. Davis, Junr. 
Jos. Lane 
John Little 
Jno. Procter 
Jno. Davies 
Wm. Cocke 
Robert Reddick 
Cha. Goodrich 
Josias Wood 
Ja. Horsnell 
Wm. Crouch 
Wm. Peacock 
Robt. Fellows 



MISCELLANEOUS COUNTY ROSTERS 



103 



Samll. Judkins 

J no. Cowood 

Ja. Ellis 

Ni. Witherington 

Ja. Omoone 

Robt. House, Junr. 

Tho. Davis 

Samll. Cooke 

J no. Phillips, Junr. 

Tho. Horton 

Hen. Hart 

J no. Myles 

Jno. Clements 

Jno. Casse 

Jno. Warren 



Edwd. Napkin 
Wm. Rowland 
Wm. Hooker 
Ja. Cooke 
Wm. Pittman 
Tho. Pittman 
Nath. Cornish 
Tho. Clary 
Wm. Clary 
Wm. Harris 
Jno. Finley 
Ch. Williams 
Tho. Forver 
Joseph Seate 



Evan Humphrey 
Edwd. Drew 
Tho. White 
Anselm Bay ley 
Tho. Hart 
Tho. Lane, Senr. 
Jno. Dunfeild 
Ja. Reddick 
Walter Taylor 
Jno. Vincent 
Hen. Francis 
Rich. Washington 
Wm. Lucas 
Ni. Pasfeild 



MILITARY OFFICERS IN VIRGINIA, 1680. 



Col. William Bird 
Lieut. -Col. John Ffarrar 



Henrico County. 

Major Tho. Chamberlain 
Capt. Wm. Randolph 



Charles City County. 

Col. Edward Hill Capt. Dan'l Lewellin 

Lieut. -Col. Dan'l. Clarke Capt. John Hamlin 



Major John Stith 
Capt. Robt. Lucy 



Col. Tho. Ballard 
Major Saml. Weldon 
Capt. Hen. Soanes 



Lieut.-Col. Tho. Grendon, horse 
Capt. Wm. Archer, horse 

James City County. 

Capt. Wm. Hartwell 
Capt. Wm. White, horse 



Isle of Wight County. 

Col. Jos. Bridger, horse Major Tho. Taberer 

Major J. A. Powell, horse Lieut.-Col. Jno. Pitt 

Col. Arthr. Smith Capt. Jno. Gutridge 

Col. Jos. Bridger, Commander in Chief of ye horse in ye Counties of Isle of 
Wight, Surrey, Nanzemond and Lower Norfolk. 

Surrey County. 

Col. Thos. Swann Capt. Roger Potter 

Lieut.-Col. Wm. Browne Capt. Chas. Barham, horse 

Major Saml. Swan 

Nanzemond County. 

Col. Jno. Lear Capt. James Jossey, horse 

Major Bar Kerney Lieut.-Col. Tho. Milner 

Capt. Andrew Booth, horse Capt. Tho. Goodwin 

Warwick County. 

Col. Wm. Cole, horse and foot Capt. Rich. Whitticar 

Major Hum. Harwood Capt. Jno. Langhorne, horse 



104 



VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 



Col. Lemuell Mason 
Lieut. -Col. Robt. Bray 
Major Antho. Lawson 

Col. Charles Morrison 
Major Matthew Wakelin 



Lower Norfolk County. 

Capt. Jno. Niccolls 
Capt. Adam Keeling 
Capt. Wm, Robinson, horse 

Elizabeth City County. 

Capt. Antho. Armstead, horse 



Col. Jno. West 
Lieut. -Col. Geo. Lyddale 
Major Martin Palmer 
Capt. Wm. Jones 



Col. Jno. Page 
Major Otho Thorp 



New Kent County. 

Capt. Brian Smith 
Capt. Jno. Lewis, horse 
Capt. Rich. Johnson, horse 

York County. 

Capt. Fra. Page 
Capt. Jno. Tiplady 

Gloucester County. 

Lieut. -Col. Armestead, horse 
Capt. Jno. Smith, horse 
Col. Tho. Pate 
Lieut. -Col. Phill. Lightfoot 
Maj. Robt. Pay ton 



Col. August Warner 

Lieut. -Col. Law Smith 

Major Fra. Burrell 

Capt. Rich. Booker 

Col. Matthew Kemp, horse 

Major Hen. Whiteing, horse Capt. Symond Belford 

Rappahannock County. 

Capt. Danl. Gaines 
Col. Leroy Griffin, horse 
Capt. Tho. Gouldman, horse 



Col. Jno. Stone 
Lieut.-Col. Wm. Loyd 
Major Hen. Smith 
Capt. Saml. Bromfield 



Middlesex County. 



Col. Chr. Wormeley 
Lieut.-Col. Jno. Burnham 



Major Robt. Beverley 

Capt. Walter Whitticar, horse 



Lancaster County. 

Capt. Wm. Ball 
Capt. David Fox 



Col. Wm. Ball 
Lieut.-Col. Jno. Carter 
Major Edwd. Dale 

Westmoreland County. 

Col. Wm. Pierce Major Tho. Youell 

Lieut.-Col. Isaac Allerton Capt. Antho. Bridges 

Col. Richard Lee of the Horse, in ye counties of Westmoreland, Northumber- 
land and Stafford. 



Col. Tho. Brereton 
Lieut.-Col. Saml. Smith 
Major John Mattrom 



Northumberland County. 

Capt. Leonard Housen, horse 
Capt. Tho. Mathews 
Capt. John Hayne 



MISCELLANEOUS COUNTY ROSTERS 105 

Stafford County. 

Col. Geo. Mason Major Andrew Gilson 

Lieut.-Col. Cadwalader Jones Capt. Robt. Massey 

Northampton County. 

Col. John Custis Capt. Wm. Whittington, horse 

Col. John Stringer Col. Jno. Robins 

Lieut.-Col. Wm. Waters Capt. Fra. Piggott 

Major. Wm. Spencer Capt. Hancock Lee 

Accomac County. 

Col. Wm. Kendoll Capt. Edmund Scarborough 

Lieut.-Col. John West Capt. Danl. Jenifer 

Major Chas. Scarborough Capt. Obedience Jonson 

Horse. 

Col. John Custis Capt. Rich. Hill 

Major Edmund Bouman Capt. Wm. Custis 

Source: Colonial Papers of Virginia, No. 63, British State Paper Office. 

VIRGINIA MILITIA OFFICERS, 1699. 

Taken from the MS. records of the Virginia Council, December 9, 169S. 
to May 20, 1700, now deposited in the Congressional Library. 

June 3, 1699. 
Henrico. 

William Byrd, Colonel and Commander in Chief; William Randolph, Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel; Peter Field, Major. 

Charles City. 

Edward Hill, Colonel and Commander in Chief; Edward Hill, Jr., Lieutenant- 
Colonel; Charles Goodrich, Major. 

Surrey. 

Benjamin Harrison, Colonel and Commander in Chief; Henry Tooker, Major. 

Isle of Wight. 

Samuel Bridger, Lieutenant-Colonel and Commander in Chief; Henry Baker, 
Major. 

Nansemond. 

George Norsworthy, Lieutenant-Colonel and Commander in Chief; Thomas 
Swann, Major. 

Princess Anne. 

Anthony Lawson, Lieutenant-Colonel and Commander in Chief; John Tho- 
roughgood, Major. 

Norfolk. 

Lemuel Mason, Lieutenant Colonel and Commander in Chief; James Wilson, 
Major. 



106 VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 

Elizabeth City. 

William Wilson, Lieutenant-Colonel and Commander in Chief; Anthony 
Armistead, Major. 

Warwick. 

Miles Cary, Lieutenant-Colonel and Commander-in-Chief; William Cary, 
Major. 

James City. 

Philip Ludwell, Colonel and Commander in Chief; Henry Duke, Lieutenant- 
Colonel. 

York. 

Edmund Jenings, Colonel and Commander in Chief: Thomas Ballard, Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel; William Buckner, Major. 

New Kent. 

John Lightfoot, Colonel and Commander in Chief; Joseph Foster, Lieutenant- 
Colonel; William Bassett, Major. 

King and Queen. 

William Leigh, Colonel and Commander in Chief; Joshua Story, Major. 

Gloucester. 

Matthew Page, Colonel and Commander in Chief; James Ransom, Lieutenant- 
Colonel; Peter Beverley, Major. 

Middlesex. 

Ralph Wormeley, Colonel and Commander in Chief; Matthew Kemp, Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel; Robert Dudley, Major, 

Essex. 

Ralph Wormeley, Colonel and Commander in Chief; William Moseley, Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel; John Catlett, Major. 

Lancaster. 

Robert Carter, Colonel and Commander in Chief; Joseph Ball, Lieutenant- 
Colonel. 

Northumberland. 

Robert Carter, Colonel and Commander in Chief; George Cowper, Lieutenant- 
Colonel; Rodham Kenner, Major. 

Westmoreland. 

Richard Lee, Colonel and Commander in Chief; Willoughby Allerton, Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel; Francis Wright, Major. 

Richmond. 

Richard Lee, Colonel and Commander in Chief; George Taylor, Lieutenant- 
Colonel; Thomas Lloyd, Major. 

Stafford. 

Oeorge Mason, Lieutenant-Colonel and Commander in Chief; Thomas Owsley, 
Major. 



MISCELLANEOUS COUNTY ROSTERS IO7 

Accomack. 

Charles Scarborough, Colonel and Commander in Chief; Richard Bay ley, 
Major. 

Northampton. 

John Custis, Colonel and Commander in Chief; Nathaniel Littleton, Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel; William Waters, Major. 



VOLUNTEER CAVALRY ASSOCIATION, 1756. 

Williamsburg, May 28. On Thursday the 20th, several Gentlemen of the 
Association, under Colonel Peyton Randolph, met at Fredericksburg to the 
number of 130, and at a Council of War held next day the following Gentle- 
men were chosen officers, viz. : 

Captains. 

Warner Lewis Richard Eppes 

Bernard Moore Nathaniel West Dandridge 

Charles Carter John Syme 

Aides-de-Camp. 

Presley Thornton Charles Osborne 

Source: Maryland Gazette, June 17, 1756. 



The Virginia Regiment. 



COMMISSIONS SENT TO COLONEL WASHINGTON FOR THE 
OFFICERS OF HIS VIRGINIA REGIMENT, 1754. 

Adam Stephens, Lt.-Col., July 20 

Robt. Stobo, Major, July 20 

Peter Hogg, Capt. , Mar. 9 

Andw. Lewis, " Mar. 18 

Geo. Mercer, " June 4 

Tho. Wagener, " July 20, 

Wm. Poison, " July 21 

Wm. Peyronney, " Aug. 25 

John Savage, Lieut., Mar. 9 

James Towers, - * " June 9 

Wm. Bronaugh, " July 20 

John Mercer, " July 21 

James Craick (acting Surgeon), - - " July 23 

Wm. Wright, - Ensign, July 20, Lieut, Oct. 28 

Carolus Gustavus de Spildolph, - " July 21, M Oct. 29 

Thos. Bullet, " July 22, " Oct. 30 

Walter Stewart, " July 25, " Aug. 31 

Source : Dinwiddie Papers : Vol. I., p. 319. 

MEMORANDUM LIST OF OFFICERS IN THE VIRGINIA 
REGIflENT, 1754, WITH THEIR PAY SEVERALLY. 

Col. Joseph Fry, Com'dr-in-Chief, 15s. per day and ^100 per annum for 
his table. 

George Washington, Esq., Lieut. -Colonel, 12s. 6d. 

Muse, Major, ---. 10s. 

Wm. Trent, Captain, 8s. 

Adam Stephen Captain, 8s. 

Robert Stobo, Captain, 8s. 

Peter Hogg, Captain, 8s. 

Andrew Lewis, Captain, 8s. 

Jacob Vanbraam, Lieutenant, ....__. 43. 

Geo. Mercer, Lieutenant, 4s. 

Thos. Wagener, Lieutenant, 4s. 

Wm. Poison, Lieutenant, 4s. 

John West, Jr., Lieutenant, 4s. 

John Savage, Lieutenant, 4s. 

James Craik, Surgeon, 4s. 

Source :, Dinwiddie Papers. Vol.il., p. 112. 

I08 



THE VIRGINIA REGIMENT IO9 

LIST OF OFFICERS 

entitled to land under the Proc. of Gov. Dinwiddie, their Assessment to cover 
the Expenses of Surveys to secure the Lands, and a List of Balances due 
from Sundrys on Account of their Claims to Land under the Proc. of 1754. 
(From Col. Geo. Washington's Ledger.) 

Estate of Col. Joseph Fry, /54.11.4 

Col. Adam Stephen, Pd., 11.6.1 

Col. Geo. Muse, Paid, 

Estate of Captain Robert Stobo, 46.6.7 

Col. Andrew Lewis, Pd., 12.9.9 

Capt. Peter Hog, - - - C. Craw'd .... 11. 6.^ 

Capt. Jacob Vanbraam, 40.6.7 

Col. Geo. Mercer, Pd. by Mrs. Jas. Mercer, - - - - 40. 11. 11 

Mr. Andrew Waggoner, - - C. Craw'd, - 953 

Mr. John West, - - - C. Craw'd, .... n. 9 . 2 

The Estate or Heir of Wm. Poison, C. C. 5. 14. 10 

Lt. John Savage, ... C. Craw'd, ... - 20.18.2 

Capt. John Bronaugh. Paid, 

Dr. James Craik, ... C. Craw'd, - - - - 8.3.1 

John Baynes, for Jas. Tower's Heirs, C. C. 5.12.2 

Heir of Wm. Wright, Paid, 11. 4.7 

Capt. Thos. Bullet, n.4.7 

Robt. Longdon, - - - C. C. 2.13.9 

Robt. Tunstall, C. C. 1.12.9 

Andr. Waggoner, C. C. 2.13.9 

Richd. Trotter, C. C. 2.13.9 

John David Wilpper 2.13.9 

Wire Johnson, - - C. C. 2.4.8 

Hugh McRoy, C. C. 2.4.8 

Richd. Smith, C. C. 1.3.8 

Chas. Smith, - - - - C. C. 1.15.10 

Angus McDonald, - - - C. C. 1.15.10 

Nathan Chapman, C. C. 1. 15.10 

Joseph Gate wood, C. C. 1. 15.10 

Jas. Samuel, - - - - C. C. 1. 15.10 

Michael Seally, - - - - C. C. 1.15.10 

Edwd. Goodwin, - - - C. C. 1.15.10 

William Baily, - - - - C. C. - - - - - 1.15.10 

Henry Baily, - - - - C. C. 1. 15.10 

Wm. Copland, - - - - C. C. 1.15.10 

Mathew Doran, C. C. 1.15.10 

John Ramsay, 1.15.10 

Charles James, 1.15.10 

Math. Cox, 1. 15. 10 

Marshall Pratt, 1.15.10 

John Wilson, 1.15.10 

Wm. Johnston, 1.15.10 

Jno. Wilson, 1.15 10 

Nathl. Barrett, 14.10 

David Gorman, 14.10 



110 VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 

Patk. Galloway, ^"1.15.10 

Timothy Conway, 

Christian Bombgardner, 1.15. 10 

John Maid, 1.15.10 

John Houston, 1.15.10 

John Ford, - - - - C. C 1.15.10 

Wm. Broughton, - - - CC. 1.15.10 

Wm. Carnes, - - - - C. C. 1.15.10 

Edwd. Evans, - - - - C. C. 1.15.10 

Thos. Moss, C. C. 1. 15.10 

Mathew Jones, - - - - C. C. 1. 15.10 

Philip Gatewood, - - - C. C. 1.15.10 

Hugh Paul, C. C. 1. 15.10 

Danl. Staples, C. C. 1. 15.10 

Wm. Lowry, - - - ' - - C. C. 1.15.10 

James Ludlow, C. C. - 

James Lafort, C. C. 

James Gwin, - - - - C. C. 

Joshua Jordan, - - - - C. C. 

Wm. Jenkins, C. C. - 

James Commack, C. C. 14.10 

Richd. Morris, C. C. 14.10 

Jno. Golson, C. C. ----- 14.10 

Robt. Jones, - - - - C. C. 1.15.10 

Wm. Hogan, 1.15.10 

Jno. Franklin, 

John Bishop, 

Geo. Malcomb, 

Wm. Coleman, 

Richd. Bolton, 

Jno. Smith, 

Geo. Hurst, C. C. 

Jno. Cincaid, - - - - C. C. 1.15. 10 

Andrew Fowler, 1.15.10 

Thos. Napp, 1. 15. 10 

The Representatives of Arthur Watts, 1.15.10 

Jno. Fox, Assignee of Jesse May, 1.15.10 

Francis Self, 1. 15.10 

Robt. Stewart, 1.15.10 

Robt. Murphy, 1.15.10 

Alexr. Bonny, 1. 15.10 

The Representative of Wm. Home, 1.15.10 

Wm. McAnulty, 1.15.10 



THE VIRGINIA REGIMENT 



III 



Report of the various companies of the Virginia Regiment under the 
command of Col. Washington made the 9th of July, 1754, at Will's Creek, 
just after the battle of the Great Meadows. 

Return of Captain Stobo's Company, July 9, 1754. 



James Carson 
John Goldson 
John James 
William Coffland 
David Welch 
Nathaniel Lewis 
John Franklin 
Adam Jones 
John Carroll 
Charles Smith 



Michael McGrath 
Michael Reily 
Patrick Durphy 



John Ritson 
Daniel McClaran 



Edward Graves 



Men Fit for Duty. 

William Stallons 
Robert McKoy 
Jessy Morris 
Joseph Gibbs 
Anthony Kennedy 
Charles Waday 
Henry Bayly 
William Deweny 
Nicholas Foster 
Jean Moore 

Wounded. 

James Good 
Alexander Stewart 
Robert McCulroy 



James Welch 
Joseph Costerton 
Henry Bowman 
Henry Neill 
John Bryan 
Jacob Gowing 
Benjamin Gause 
John Brown 
James; Milton 
William Swallow 



Peregrin Williams 
Solomon Botson (deserted) 



Killed in the Engagement. 

Thomas Fisher 
John Tranton 

Left with Sick. 

Richard Morris 



Left Lame on Road. 

Thomas Langdon (Sergeant) 

Sick in Camp. 

Robert Tunstile (Sergeant) James Batty 



Dennis Kinton 
John Allen 



Thomas Ogden 
Absent as Hostage. 



Captain Robert Stobo 

Source : Force MSS., Library of Congress. 



Return of Captain Hog's Company given the 9th of July, 1754. 
flen Fit for Duty. 



Jesse May 
James Samuel 
Joseph Milton 
Benjamin Hamilton 
Matthew Cox 
John Martin 



Nicholas Morgan 
Thomas Moss 
John Ogilby 
John Roe 
Southey Hazlip 
James Thomas 



Zachariah Smith 
Thomas Napp 
Bibby Brooke 
Thomas Slaughter 
Joseph Gate wood 
Briant Page 



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Michael Scully 
William Johnston 
Abner Hazlip 
William Coleman 
Thomas Kitson 



Robert Jones 
James Heyter 
Mathew Durham 
Joshua Burton 



Joseph Scott 

Marshall Pratt 
William Dean 



Andrew Clark 



Peter Effluck 
Duncan Farguson 
Thomas Chaddwick 
John Ramsay 
Andrew Fowler 

Wounded. 

Argil House 
David Gorman 
Robert Elliot 
Samuel Hyden 

Lame on the Road. 



John Meares 
Matthew Levison 
William Underhill 
Thomas Harris 



John Chapman 
Edward Goodwin 
James Ford 
Dudley Skinner 



James Letort 
Dominick Moran 

Left with the Wounded. 

John Stephens 

Sick in the Camp. 



Philip Gatewood 

Return made to William Bronough 

Source : Force MSS , library of Congress. 



Return of Captain Lewis's Company, July 9, 1754. 



John Whitman 
John Smith 
William Harbinson 
Robert Grymes 
John Poor 
William Poor 
Michael McCannon 
John Maston 
John Biddlecome 
Thomas Pearson 



Captain Lewis 
Lieutenant Savage 
John McCulley 
James Fulham 
John Rodgers 



Thomas Scott 
Gerrett Clark 



Men Fit for Duty. 

Edward Bailey 
John Powers 
James Ferguson 
Jabez Rowe 
John Mulholand 
Patrick Coyle 
John Smith 
John Rodgers 
Mathew Jones 
Joseph Baxter 

Wounded. 

Thomas Bird 
Edward Cahell 
Arthur Watts 
Nehemiah Tendell 
John Durham 



James Ludlow 
Thomas Foster 
Thomas Burney 
John Burk 
Cornelius Henley 
William Cranes 
Tarance Swinney 
James Smith 
John Field 



Thomas Nicholson 
Nathan Chapman 
Philip Comerly 
George McSwine 



Killed in Battle. 

John Ramsay 



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113 



Josias Baker 
Thomas Stedman 
Robert Murphy 
James Tytus 
John McEntire 



Left with the Sick. 

Bethow. Burns 
Patrick McPick 
John Truston 
Daniel Malatte 
James McCormack 



Source : Force MSS., library of Congress. 



A list of Captain Van Braam's Company, July 9, 1754. 

Killed. 



John Robinson 
William Simmons 



John Hamilton (Sergeant) 
Rudol. Brickner (Sergeant) 
Wile Johnston 
George Taylor 

William Gerrard 

Robert Bell 
George Merharren 



William Bailey 



Wounded, 



John Potter 
Joseph Powell 
Dernsey Simmons 



Thomas Dunahough 



Sick in Camp. 

Sick on the Road. 

Richard Bolton 

On Command. 

Michael Franks 

Absent. 



William Knowls 
James Black 
John Brown 

Men Fit for 

Thomas Carter (Sergeant)John Campbell 
John Allen (Corporal) Edward King 
Esechial Richardson (Drummer) 



Nicholas Major 
Godfrey Bombgarden 



Duty. 



Christopher Byarly 
William Mitchell 
John Stewart 
John McGuire 
Charles Allbury 
Francis Self 
John Johnston 



Charles Dunn 
Patrick Galloway 
Jacob Funkhowser 
Barnard Draxeller 
George Gobell 
William Carter 
John Thomson 



Thomas Hennessy 
Francis Rogers 
John Coin 
Edward Whitehead 
Hugh Paul 
Angus McDonald 
Arthur Howard 
Mathias Sharp 
Edward Minor 
Benjamin Spiser 



Per John Mercer, Ensign. 

Source : Force MSS., library of Congress. 

A return of Captain Mercer's Company, July 9, 
Fit for Duty. 



754- 



James Tyrrel 
John Boyd 



William Field 
John Ferguson 



Christopher Bombgardner 
Claude Dallowe 



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Edward Evans 
James Dewey 
James Gevin 
Robert Bennet 
David Montgomery 
William Lowery 
Samuel Arsdale 
Nathaniel Barret 



Michael Walker 
William Broughton 

Robert Stewart 
Tim. Conway 

Barnaby McKan 



John May 
John Gallohour 
John Clements 

John Bisnor 
William Holland 



Hugh McKay 
Jacob Arrens 



George Gibbons 
Jacob Myer 
Fredk. Rupart 
Henry Ernest 
Alexander Pierry 
Thomas Burk 
Adam Leonard 
Hugh Stone 

Left with the Wounded. 

Henry Bristwoe 
Mark Hollis 

Wounded, 

William Gardne 
Joshua Jordan 

Killed. 

William Pullen 
Lame on the Road. 

John Huston 
William Mclntire 

Missing. 

Mathew Howard 

Sick in the Camp. 

James Daily 
Taken Prisoner. 

Absent on Leave. 



Christopher Helsley 
John Beyans 
Thomas Burris 
John Farmer 
Philip Walters 
Robert Bennet 



John McGuire 

(Signed) G. Mercer. 
Source : Force MSS., library of Congress. 



This pay roll of the Virginia Regiment is preserved among the Washing- 
ton papers in the Department of State at Washington. 

PAY ROLL OF THE VIRGINIA REQIHENT. 

Commencing from the 29th of May and ending July 29th, 1754. 

Of the Commissioned Officers. Sum Paid 

Colonel, /45- 

Lieut. -Col. George Muse till the 20th of July, .... 31. 15.0 
Lieut. Adam Stephen from the 20th of July with his other pay 

as Major and Captain, - 31. 0.6 

Major Robert Stobo, his pay as Captain and Major from the 

20th of July, 25. 6.0 

Captain Peter Hog, 24. 8.0 

Captain Andrew Lewis, 24. 8.0 



THE VIRGINIA REGIMENT 115 

Captain Jacob Vanbraam, -- ^"24. 8.0 

Captain George Mercer, 23.12.0 

Captain Thomas Waggoner, 14. 0.0 

Captain William Poison, 13. 12.0 

Lieut. John Savage, 12. 4.0 

Lieut. James Towers, 12. 2.0 

Lieut. William Bronaugh, 9.12.0 

Lieut. John Mercer, 9. ir.o 

Lieut. James Craik, 9.10.0 

Lieut. John West, 12. 4.0 

Ensign William Wright from 20th July, 

Ensign Carolus Sprittdolph from 21st July, - - 1. 4.0 

Ensign Thomas Bullett from 23rd July, 1. 1.0 

Ensign Walter Stuart from 23rd July (mistake in ye date), 

Major John Carlyle, Commissary of Stores, etc., - 32. 0.6 

Mr. Peyrouney (Ensign and Adjutant) from 3rd June, - - 20. 7.0 

Mr. Craik, Surgeon, as ditto, 12. 4.0 

Sum pd. ye several Officers, .... ^'389. 9.0 

PAY ROLL OF CAPTAIN ROBERT 5T0B0S COMPANY. 

Thomas Langdon, Serjeant, /"4.11.6 

Robert Tunstall, Serjeant, 4. 11. 6 

Nathan Lewis, Corporal, 3. r.o 

James Carson, Drummer, 3. 1.0 

The following named privates each received ^2.0.8: 

John Jones Jesse Morris Henry Bowman 

John Goldson James Welsh John Harwood 

Joseph Gibbs Solomon Batson James Milton 

Adam Jones Charles Waddey William Swallow 

Richard Smith Henry Neale Thomas Ogden 

Henry Bailey Robert McCoy Michael McGaugh 

Benjamin Gause John Brown Peregrine Williams 

Jacob Going Joseph Casterson Anthony Canaday 

William Stallions Alexander Stewart John Carroll 

John Capshaw Patrick Doughy James Good 

PAY ROLL OF CAPT. PETER HOGS COMPANY. 

Edmond Waggoner, Serjeant, ^4.11.6 

Richard Trotter, Serjeant, 4.1 1.6 

James Thomas, Corporal, 310 

Nicholas Morgan, Corporal, 3. 1.0 

The following named privates each received ^2.0.8 : 

James Samuel Joshua Burton Samuel Hayden 

Robert Jones John Ogleby Zachary Smith 

Joseph Milton Southy Hayslap Thomas Nap 

Benjamin Hamilton Argyle House Bibby Brooks 

Joseph Scott Andrew Clark Thomas Slaughter 

Philip Gatewood Charles Jones Joseph Gatewood 

Matthew Cox Peter Afflack Brvant Patce 



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John Martin Marshall Pratt John Chapman 

James Hyler William Dean Matthew Levison 

Michael Scully Duncan Ferguson William Underhill 

Matthew Durham David Gorman Edward Goodwin 

William Johnston Thomas Chaddock James Megs 

William Coleman John Ramsay Thomas Harris 

Abner Hayslap Andrew Fowler John Mears 

Thomas Moss Robert Elliott James Letort 
Thomas Cellars 

PAY ROLL OF CAPTAIN ANDREW LEWIS' COflPANY. 

John McCully, Serjeant, ^4.11.6 

Abraham Mashaw, Drummer, 3. 1.0 

The following named privates each received ,£"2.0.8 : 
Robert Graham Tames Titus Thomas Pearson 

Josias Baker Nathan Chapman Michael McCannon 

John Marston John Biddlecomb James Ludlow 

Terence Swinney Patrick McPike John Fields 

Thomas Stedman John Mulholland John Burk 

John Smith Cornelius Henley Bartholomew Barnes 

Matthew Jones John Triston John Durham 

James Fulham Thomas Burney John Roe 

Robert Murphew 

PAY ROLL OF CAPTAIN VAN BRAAM'S COMPANY. 

John Hamilton, Serjeant-Major, ^4.11.6 

Rodolph Brickner, Serjeant, 4. 11. 6 

Thomas Carter, Serjeant, 4. 11. 6 

Nicholas Major, Corporal, 3. 1.0 

John Allan, Corporal, 3. 1.0 

Ezekiel Richardson, Drummer, 3. 1.0 

The following named privates each received ^2.0.8 : 
John Johnston John Thompson Thorns Donnahough 

William Mitchell Francis Rogers Michael Franks 

John Stuart Benjamin Spicer Francis Self 

John McGregory Edward Whitehead William Carter 

William Knowles Hugh Paul Richard Bolton 

Charles Allbury Angus McDonald Robert Bell 

John Campbell Arthur Howard Wile Johnson 

Edward King Joseph Powel John Coin 

James Black Dempsey Simonds William Gerrard 

Patrick Galloway John Potter George Taylor 

William Hogan 

PAY ROLL OF CAPTAIN GEORGE MERCER'S COMPANY. 

Mark Hollis, Serjeant, /"4.11.6 

James Tyrroll, Serjeant, 4. 11. 6 

Hugh McCoy, Corporal, - 3. 1.0 

John Boydd, Corporal, 3. 1.0 

Edward Evans, Drummer, 3. 1.0 



THE VIRGINIA REGIMENT 



The following named 

James Dailey 
Robert Bennett 
Philip Waters 
William Holland 
David Montgomery 
William Lowery 
Samuel Arsdale 
Nathaniel Barrett 
John Ferguson 



privates each received 

George Gibbons 
Hugh Stone 
Alexander Perry 
John Farmer 
Henry Bristow 
Claud Dallow 
James Ford 
James Cammock 
John Clements 



^2.0.8 : 

John McQuire 
William Broughton 
Thomas Burris 
John Gallihour 
John May 
Richard Prichard 
Christopher Bombgardner 
Henry Earnest 
Fredk. Rupart 



Enlisted Per Lieut. West. 



Hugh Ratchford 
Jasper Moorhead 
William Tyan 



George Malcomb 
Bryan Conner 
Timothy Conway 



The following list of officers and men of the Virginia Regt. is taken from 
a pay bill of a detachment sent to Augusta County under the command of 
Captain Andrew Lewis, commencing the 29th of July and ending the 29th of 
Sept., 1754: 

Andrew Lewis, Captain Robert Graham, Serjeant 

John Savage, Lieutenant Thomas Stedman, Corporal 

William Wright, Ensign Joshua Baker, Corporal 

John McKully, Serjeant David Wilkinson, Drummer 



Abraham Mushaw 
John Biddlecomb 
Robert Murphy 
Barth. Burns 
James Fulham 
John Thurstan 
Thomas Burney 
John Maston 
Terrence Swiney 
John Smith 
Patrick Smith 
John Mulholland 
James Cammock 
Patrick McPike 
Michael McCannon 
Matthew Jones 
Thomas Pierce 



Privates. 

Charles Waddey 
James Smith 
William Stallions 
Henry Bowman 
James Milton 
Jacob Gowen 
Henry Bailey 
John Brown 
Henry Neale 
Benjamin Gauze 
John Hart 
George Gibbons 
William Holland 
Thomas Burras 
Samuel Arsdale 
George Malcom 
Philemon Waters 
James Ford 



John Gallihon 
Casper Moreau 
John Chapman 
Samuel Hyden 
William Dean 
Nicholas Morgan 
Barnaby Ryley 
Nathl. Deadman 
Andrew Fowler 
John Allan 

(till this a Corporal) 
Thomas King (discharged) 
William Chaplain 
John Davis 
John Campbell 
Francis Rogers 
Pledge Ward 



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MEMBERS OF THE VIRGINIA REGIMENT WHO HAVE 
RECEIVED BOUNTY MONEY. 

The following lists are preserved in the "Force Manuscripts" in the 
Library of Congress. On the back of each of the five rolls is the indorse- 
ment of Washington. 



A List of Captain Stobo's Company, Who Have Received 
His Excellency's Bounty Money. 



Henry Bailey 

Solomon Batson 

Henry Bowman 

John Brown 

John Carroll 

James Carson, drummer 

Joseph Casterton 

Patrick Duphy 

Nicholas Foster 

Benj. Gause 

Joseph Gibbs 

Jacob Going 

John Golson 



James Good 
Edward Graves 
John Harwood 
Adam Jones 
John Jones 
Anthony Kennedy 
Thomas Langden, Serj. 
Nathan Lewis, Corporal 
Michael McGroth 
Robert McKay 
James Milton 
Jessy Morris 



Richard Morris 
Henry Neil 
Thomas Ogden 
Charles Smith 
Richard Smith 
William Stallions 
Alexander Stewart 
William Swallow 
Robert Tunstall, Serjeant 
Charles Waddey 
James Welch 
Peregrine Williams 



A List of Captain Hogg's Company Who Have Received His 
Excellency's Bounty Money. 



Bibby Brooks 
Joshua Burton 
Thomas Chaddock 
John Chapman 
Andrew Clark 
William Coleman 
Mathew Cox 
William Dean 
Mathew Durham 
Robert Eliot 
Peter Kssleet 
Duncan Ferguson 
James Ford 
Andrew Fowler 
Joseph Gatewood 
Philip Gatewood 
Edward Goodwin 
David Gorman 



Benj. Hamilton 
Abner Haslip 
Southy Haslip 
James Hyler 
William Hogan 
Angoile House 
Samuel Hyden 
Charles Joames 
William Johnston 
Robert Jones 
James Letort 
Mathew Levison 

McGuire 

John Martin 
John Mears 
James Meggs 
Joseph Milton 
Dominick Moran 



Nicholas Morgan 

Thomas Moss 

Thomas Napp 

John Ogilby 

Byron Page 

Marshall Pratt 

John Ramsay 

John Roe 

James Samuel 

Joseph Scott 

Michael Scully 

Dudley Skinner 

Thomas Slaughter 

Zach. Smith 

James Thomas 

Richard Trotter, Serjeant 

William Underhill 

Edmund Waggoner, Serj. 



THE VIRGINIA REGIMENT 



A List of Captain Lewis's Company Who Have Received 
His Excellency's Bounty Money. 



Josias Baker, Corporal 
Joseph Baxter 
John Biddlecom 
Daniel Billot 
John Burk 
Bartholomew Burns 
Thomas Burney 
Edward Cahill 
William Cairns 
James Cammack 
Nathl. Chapman 
Patrick Coyl 
John Durham 
John Featon 



James Ferguson 
John Field 
James Fullham 
Robert Grimes, Serjeant 
Cornelius Handly 
William Harbinson 
Matthew Jones 
James Ludlow 
Michael McCannon 
John McCully, Serjeant 
Patrick McPike 
John Maston 
John Mulholland 
Robert Murphy 
Abraham Mushaw 



John Poor 

William Poor 

James Price 

John Rowe 

John Smith 

John Smith 

George Swiney 

Terence Swiney 

James Titus 

Elijah Ward 

Arthur Watts 

Thomas Wedman, Corp. 

John Whitman 

Daniel Wilkinson 



A List of Captain Van Braam's Company Who Have 
Received His Excellency's Bounty Money. 



John Allan, Corporal 
Charles Allbury 
Robert Bell 
James Balck 
Richard Bolton 
Godfrey Bomgardner 
Rudolph Brickner 
Christopher Byerly 
John Campbell 
Thomas Carter, Serjeant 
William Carter 
Mathew Chape 
John Coin 
Thomas Donahough 
Bernard Draxter 



Michael Franks 
Patrick Gallaway 
William Gerrard 
George Gobell 
John Hamilton 

Sergeant-Major 
Thomas Hennesey 
Arthur Howard 
John Johnston 
Wile Johnston 
Edward King 
William Kuowles 
John Lee 
Angus McDonald 
John Mackgrigory 
Edward Whitehead 



Nicholas Major 
George Markham 
Edward Minor 
William Mitchell 
Hugh Paul 
John Potter 
Joseph Powell 
Ezekiel Richardson 
Francis Rogers 
Francis Self 
Dernsey Simons 
Benjamin Spicer 
John Steuart 
George Taylor 
John Thornton 



A List of Captain flercer's Company, Who Have 
Received His Excellency's Bounty Honey. 



Samuel Arsdale 
Nath. Barret 
Robert Bennett 
John Bishop 
Charles Bombgardner 
John Boyd 
Henry Bristowe 
William Broughton 



Henry Earnest 
Edward Evans 
John Farmer 
John Ferguson 
James Ford 
John Gallahour 
Christopher Haltzley 
William Holland 



John McQuire 
John Maid 
John May 

David Montgomerie 
Jacob Myer 
Alexander Perry 
Ritchard Pritchard 
Frederick Rupard 



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Thomas Burk 
Thomas Burns 
John Clements 
Timothy Conway 
James Daly 
Claud Dallowe 



Mark Hollis, Serjeant 
Adam Leonard 
William Lowrey 
William Mclntire 
Hugh McKoy 



Mathew Stanard 
Hugh Stone 
James Tyrrall, Serjeant 
Michael Walker 
Philip Walters 



LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE VIRGINIA REGIMENT CON 

TAINED IN THE JOURNAL OF CAPTAIN 

CHARLES LEWIS. 

Expedition Against the French Oct. 10 — Dec. 27, 1755. 



The Hon. Geo. Washington 
Lt. Col. Adam Stevens 
Major Andrew Lewis. 



Peter Hogg 
Geo. Mercer 
Thos. Waggoner 
Robt. Stewart 
Thos. Cock 
Jno. Savage 



John McNiel 
Wm. Stark 
Thos. Bullett 
Walter Stewart 
John Blagg 
Hancock Eustice 



Captains. 



Mordecai Buckner 

John Poison 

Wm. Dangerfield 

Edwd. Hubbard 

Jno. Dean 

Source: Va. Hist. Coll.; Vol. XI, p. 213. 



Wm. Branough 
John Mercer 
Joshua Lewis 
Hy. Woodward 
Robt. Spotswood 

Lieutenants. 

Geo. Frazer 

John Edward Lomax 

Peter Steenburger 

Jno. Williams 

Augustine 

Brockenborough 

Ensigns. 

Nathl. Milner 
Wm. Flemming 
Leonard Price 
Nathl. Thompson 
Thos. Carter 



Carter Harrison 
Charles Lewis 
Wm. Peachy 
David Bell 
Robert McKenzie 



Jno. Campbell 
John Hall 
John Lowry 
John King 
James Baker 



Charles Smith 
Lee Hussis Dekizer 
Geo. Gordon 
Geo. Weeden 



VIRGINIA OFFICERS AT BRADDOCK'S DEFEAT, 1755. 

(K. Killed). (W. Wounded). 



Captain Stevens (W) 
Captain Peyronie 
Captain Waggoner 
Captain Poison (K) 



Captain Stewart 
Lieut. Hamilton (K) 
Lieut. Woodward 
Lieut. Wright (K) 



Lieut. Spiltdorph (K) 
Lieut. Stewart (W) 
Lieut. Waggener (K) 
Lieut. McNeill 



Source: Gentlemen's Magazine, Aug., 1755. 



THE VIRGINIA REGIMENT 



121 



To Geo. Washington, Esq. , Col. of the Va. Regt. and Commander of all 
the Va. Forces : 



The humble Address of the officers of the Va. 



Geo. Weedon 
Hy. Russell 
Jno. Lawson 
Geo. Speak 
Wm, Woodford 
Jno. McCully 
Jno. Sallard 
W. Hughes 
Walt. Cunningham 

Fort Loudoun, Dec. 



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Wm. Cocke 
David Kennedy 
Jas. Craik, Surgeon 
James Duncanson 
Jas. Roy 
Robt. Stewart 
Jno. McNeill 
H. Woodward 
Robt. McKenzie 

1758. 



Regt. (Signed). 
Thos. Bullitt 
Jno. Blagg 
Natha. Gist 
Mord. Buckner 
Wm. Dangerfield 
Wm. Fleming 
Leonard Price 
Nathl. Thompson 
Chas. Smith 



An address on his retirement as Commander of the Va. troops, 
1758. 
Source : Records of Columbia Hist. Soc, Vol. I, p. 24. 



27 Dec. 



.♦ 



Spotsylvania Order Books. 



A list of the officers of the Colonial Militia of Spotsylvania County who 
producing their commissions before the Court of His Majesty's Honourable 
Justices for the County aforesaid, took the oaths as directed by law. 

ORDER BOOK— 1724-1730. 

Colonel John Robinson took the oath as Lieutenant of Spots. Co., August 

5, 1729- 

Captain Thomas Chew and his officers, John Minor and Edward Franklyn; 
Captain William Johnson and his officers, Andrew Harrison and Thomas 
Warren, took ye oath August 5, 1729. 

Major Goodrich Lightfoot, Captain Robert Slaughter and his officers, 
Francis Kirkley and William Payton; Captain John Scott and his officers, 
Joseph Hawkins and John Lightfoot; Captain William Bledsoe and his 
officers, James Williams and George Home, took ye oath, September 2, 1729. 

Captain William Hansford and his officer, John Grayson, Jr., took ye 
oath, October 7, 1729. 

Henry Willis, Gent., before His Honor, William Gooch, Esq., Lt.-Gov., 
etc. Commission to be Lieut. -Colonel of this county, took ye oath, August 
4, 1730. 

ORDER BOOK— 1730-1738. 

Robert Green, Captain; Francis Slaughter, Lieut.; John Roberts, Ensign; 
Abraham Field, Captain; Henry Field, Lieut.; Francis Michall, Ensign of a 
company of foot, took the oath February 2, 1 730-1. 

Benjamin Cave, Lieutenant to Captain John Scott, took the oath, Feb- 
ruary 2, 1 730-1. 

John Taliaferro, Lieut. -Colonel; Francis Thornton, Jr., Major of the 
Horse; Francis Taliaferro, Captain of the Horse; Richard Tutt, his Lieuten- 
ant of Horse; Thomas Hill, Captain of a foot company, took ye oath, October 

6, 1736. 

Richard Phillips, Gent. , Lieutenant, and Edward Herndon, Jr. , Gent. , 
Cornet, produced their commissions and took the oath, etc. , as officers to a 
troop of horse under Captain William Waller. November 1, 1737. 

ORDER BOOK— 1738-1749. 

Mosely Battaley, Gent., produced his commission to be Captain of a com- 
pany of Foot in this county, and took the oath Apr., 1740. 

122 



SPOTSYLVANIA ORDER BOOKS 1 23 

Thomas Duerson, Gent. , commissioned to be Lieut, and George Green, 
Gent. , commissioned to be Ensign of a company of Foot under Capt. Battaley, 
and took the oath Apr. 1, 1740. 

Francis Thornton, Jr. Gent., commissioned as Lieut. -Colonel of this 
county; Francis Taliaferro, Gent., commissioned to be Major of the Horse; 

Richard , Gent., commissioned to be Captain of a company of Horse; Rice 

Curtis, Jr., Gent., commissioned to be captain of a company of Horse; Joseph 
Hawkins, Gent., commissioned to be captain of a company of Horse. The 
preceding took the oath Sept. 7, 1742. 

Edmund Waller, commissioned to be Captain of a company of Foot; John 
Edwards, Gent., commissioned to be Captain of a company of Foot; Thomas 
Duerson, Gent., commissioned to be Captain of a company of Foot. The 
preceding took the oath Dec. 8, 1742. 

William Robinson, Gent, commissioned to be Major of Militia in this 
county, took the oath Sept. 7, 1743. 

Joseph Collins, Gent. , commissioned to be Lieutenant of a troop of Horse 
under Capt. Joseph Hawkins; George Carter, Gent., commissioned to be 
Cornet under the same. Henry Pendleton, Gent., commissioned to be Lieu- 
tenant of a company of Foot, under Capt. Edmund Waller; James Edwards, 
Gent, commissioned to be Ensign under the same. Dudley Gatewood, Gent., 
commissioned to be Ensign in a company of Foot, under Capt. Thomas Duer- 
son. The preceding took the oath Dec. 6, 1743. 

Henry Brock, Gent. , commissioned to be Lieutenant of a company of 
Foot, under Capt. Thomas Duerson, took the oath Feb. 7, 1743. 

John Taliaferro, Gent. , commissioned to be captain of a company of Foot, 
John Gordon, Gent., commissioned to be Lieutenant of a company of Foot, 
took the oath Dec. 4, 1744- 

Edward Herndon, Jr. , Gent. , commissioned to be Lieutenant of a troop of 
Horse, commanded by Capt. Richard Tutt, took the oath March 5, 1744. 

James Allan, commissioned to be Cornet of a troop of Horse, commanded 
by Capt. Richard Tutt, took the oath March 6, 1744. 

William Waller, Gent. , commissioned to be Colonel of the Horse in this 
county, took the oath July 4, 1749. 

John Spotswood, Esq., commission to be Lieut. -Colonel of this county, 
took the oath Aug. 1, 1749. 

ORDER BOOK— 1749-1755. 

Rice Curtis, Jr., commission to be Major of the Horse; Richard Tutt, 
Gent., to be Major of the Foot, took the oath Apr. 3, 1750. 

Moseley Battaley, Gent., commission to be Captain of a troop of Horse, 
took the oath Sept. 4, 1750. 

Joseph Collins, Gent. , commission to be Captain of a company of Foot, 
took the oath Nov. 6, 1750. 

Philemon Hawkins, Gent. , commission to be Captain of a company of 
Foot, took the oath Feb. 5, 1750. 



124 VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 

John Spotswood, Esq., commission dated Nov. 18, last, as Lieut, and 
Chief Commanding Officer of the Militia in this county, took the oath Jan. 3, 
1753. 

Francis Taliaferro as Colonel in this county; John Thornton as Colonel in 
this county; Richard Tutt as Major of Militia in this county, produced their 
commissions, all dated Nov. 18, 1752, and took the oath Feb. 6, 1753. 

Wm. Lynn, commission dated Jan. 26, 1753, as Captain of the Independent 
Company of Foot, composed of the Gentlemen Inhabitants of the Town of 
Fredericksburg, took the oath Feb. 7, 1753. 

John Dent, as Lieutenant and Humphrey Wallace as Ensign to Capt. 
William Lynn, Gent., Captain of the Independent Company of Foot, dated 
this day and took ye oath Feb. 7, 1753. 

George Washington, Esq., commission dated Dec. 13, 1752, to be Major 
and Adjutant of the Militia, Horse and Foot, in the counties of Princess Anne, 
Norfolk, Nansemond, Isle of Wight, Southampton, Surrey, Brunswick, Prince 
George, Dinwiddie, Chesterfield, Amelia, and Cumberland, and took the oath 
Feb. 10, 1753. 

Charles Lewis, William Miller, and Benjamin Pendleton, Gentlm., com- 
missioned to be Captains of Foot, and Ambrose Bullard to be Lieutenant of 
Foot, took the oath Sept. 4, 1753. 

John Crane, Gent., commission dated Feb. the nth, last, to be Captain 
of a troop of Horse, took the oath Nov. 6, 1754. 

Abraham Crittenden, William Jesse, Benjamin Whaley, Richard Harkless, 
James Low, Hugh Carpenter, and John Waller, came into Court and took the 
oath to the Government, and signed the test, etc., "soldiers," Dec, 3, 1754. 

ORDER BOOK— 1755-1765. 

William Lynn, Gent., Major, commission dated July 29, 1755. 

John Dent, Gent., Captain of Fredericksburg Company, commission dated 
July 22, 1755. 

Philemon Hawkins, Gent., Captain of company of Foot, commission 
dated July 21, 1755. 

Bushrod Fauntleroy, Gent., Captain of company of Foot, commission 
dated July 21, 1755. 

Lawrence Taliaferro, Gent., Lieut, of Company under Capt. Charles 
Lewis, commission dated July 21, 1755. 

Moses Bledsoe, Lieutenant of company under Capt. William Miller, 
commission dated July 27, 1755. 

Erasmus Withers Allen, Lieutenant of company under Capt. Philemon 
Hawkins, commission dated July 21, 1755. 

Aaron Bledsoe, Lieutenant of company under Capt. Benjamin Pendleton, 
commission dated July 21, 1755. 

John Herndon, Ensign of company under Capt. Miller, commission dated 
August 2, 1755. 

The preceding took the oath August 5, 1755. 



SPOTSYLVANIA ORDER BOOKS 12 5 

The following officers produced their commissions and took the oath and 
subscribed the test, as by law directed, at a Court held for Spotsylvania 
County, May 4, 1756: 

Thomas Slaughter, Esq. , commission dated Apr. 26, 1756, Lieut. -Colonel 
and Commander of the Forces from Culpeper against ye Indians above 
Winchester, on this expedition. 

William Green, Gent., as Major under the said Slaughter ; commission 
dated Apr. 29, 1756. 

Francis Kirtley, Gent., Captain of a company of Foot, in the said forces ; 
commission dated Apr. 29, 1756. 

John Field, Gent. , Captain of a company of Foot, in the said forces ; com- 
mission dated Apr. 29, 1756. 

William Stanton, Gent., as 1st Lieutenant in said expedition ; commission 
dated May 4, 1756. 

Lewis Willis, Gent., as Captain of Foot in Spots. County, under John 
Spotswood, Esq.; commission dated Apr. 29, 1756. 

Lawrence Taliaferro, Captain of Foot in Spots. County; commission dated 
March 4, 1756. 

Aaron Bledsoe, Gent., Captain of Foot in Spots. County; commission 
dated Apr. 29, 1756. 

James Cunningham, Gent., as 1st Lieutenant of company of Foot in Spots. 
County; commission dated May 4, 1756. 

William Bell, Gent. , 2nd Lieutenant of Foot in Spots. Co. ; commission 
dated May 4, 1756. 

Beverley Winslow, Gent., as 1st Lieutenant of Foot in Spots. County; 
commission dated May 4, 1756. 

Robert Chew, Gent. , 1st Lieutenant of Foot in Spots. County; commis- 
sion dated May 4, 1756. 

James Tutt, Gent., as 1st Lieutenant of Foot in Spots. County; commis- 
sion dated May 4, 1756. 

Zachary Lewis, Jr., Gent., 1st Lieutenant of Foot in Spots. County; com- 
mission dated May 4, 1756. 

Edward Herndon, Jr., 2nd Lieutenant of Foot in Spots. County; commis- 
sion dated May 4, 1756. 

Humphrey Brooke, 2nd Lieutenant of Foot in Spots. County; commission 
dated May 4, 1756. 

John Robinson, 2nd Lieutenant of Foot in Spots. County; commission 
dated May 4, 1756. 

Spilsbe Coleman, 2nd Lieutenant of Foot in Spots. County; commission 
dated May 4, 1756. 

The following took the oath at a Court held May 5, 1756: 
Benjamin Pendleton, Esq., Major of the Militia in Spots. County; com- 
mission dated Apr. 29, 1756. 



126 VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 

William Taliaferro, Esq., Lieut.-Colonel of Orange County; commission 
dated May 4, 1756. 

Thomas Estes, as Ensign to Capt. Fauntleroy; commission dated July a I, 
1755. 

John Waller, the Younger, Gent. , commission to be Lieutenant of a troop 
of Horse in Spots. County, dated July 21, 1755; took the oath July 6, 1756. 

Rice Curtis, Gent., commission as Colonel of Militia of Spots. County, 
dated Apr. 26, 1756; took the oath July 7, 1756. 

Thomas Estes, Gent, commission to be Captain of a company of Foot in 
this county; dated March n, 1757, and John Herndon commission to be 
Ensign of a company of Foot; took the oath Apr. 5, 1757. 

Charles Lewis, Gent. , Major of the County of Spots. ; commission dated 
Oct. 4, 1757; took the oath Oct. 4, 1757. 

Richard Tutt, Colonel in the Militia of Spots. Co. ; commission dated Aug. 
27, 1756; took the oath Oct. 4, 1757. 

Fielding Lewis, Esq., County Lieutenant of Spots. County; commission 
dated Oct. 15; took the oath Feb, 7, 1758, 

Zachary Lewis, Jr. , Gent. , Captain of company of Foot in Spots. County ; 
commission dated Feb. 17, 1758. 

George Frazer, Gent., Captain of company of Foot; commission dated 
March 8, 1758. 

Robt. Duncanson, Gent., to be Lieutenant. 
Hugh Lenox, Gent., to be Ensign. 
The above took the oaths March 8, 1758. 

Joseph Brock, Gent., commission dated Oct. 25, 1758, to be Captain of a 
company in this County. 

Zachary Lewis, Gent., commissson dated Oct. 23, 1758, to be Captain of a 
company in this County. 

John Crane, Gent., commission dated Oct. 25, 1758, to be Major in this 
County. 

John Carter, Gent., commission dated Oct. 25, 1758; to be Captain of a 
company in this County. 

The preceding took the oaths Apr. 3, 1759. 

Joseph Bledsoe, Gent., commission dated Apr. 8, 1759, to be Ensign of a 
company in the 14th Battalion; took the oath May 1, 1759. 

Fielding Lewis, Esq., commission dated Oct. 25, 1758, to be County 
Lieutenant. 

Beverley Winslow, Gent., commission dated Oct. 25, 1758, to be Captain 
of a company of Militia in this County. 
The above took the oaths June 4, 1759. 

Fielding Lewis, Esq., commission dated Nov. 12, 1761, as Commander in 
Chief of the Militia of this County. 



SPOTSYLVANIA ORDER BOOKS 12/ 

John Crane, Gent. , commission dated Nov. 12, 1761, to be Major of the 
Militia in this County. 

Joseph Brock, commission dated Nov. 12, 1761, to be Captain of a com- 
pany in this County. 

The above took the oaths March 1, 1762. 

Zachary Lewis, Gent., commission dated Nov. 12, 1761, to be Captain of 
a company in this County; took the oath Apr. 5, 1762. 

John Waller, Esq., commission dated Apr. 4, 1764, to be Captain of a 
company of Foot. 

John Beverley Roy, Gent., commission dated May 7, 1764, as a Lieuten- 
ant of a company of Foot. 

The above took the oaths May 7, 1764. 

John Lewis, Esq., commission to be Quarter Master of the Militia in 
this County; took the oath Aug. 1, 1763. 

John Waller, Gent., commission dated July 11, 1763, to be Lieutenant of 
a company of Militia. 

James Cunningham, commission dated July 27, 1763, to be Lieutenant of 
a company of Militia. 

The above took the oaths Aug. 1, 1763. 

George Weeden, Esq., commission dated March 1, 1764, to be Captain of 
a company of Militia; took the oath March 5, 1764. 

Zachary Lewis, Jr., Esq., commission dated Apr. 30, 1764, to be Major in 
the Militia; took the oath Aug. 7, 1764. 

Robert Chew, Esq., commission dated Sept. 3, 1764, to be Captain of a 
company of Militia; took the oath Sept. 4, 1764. 

John Crane, Esq., commission dated Apr. 3, 1764, to be Colonel in the 
Militia in this County. 

John Roan, commission dated March 5, 1765, to be Captain of a company 
of Militia. 

The above took the oaths Apr. 2, 1765. 

James Cunningham, commission dated Sept. 2, 1755, Ensign to Capt. Ben- 
jamin Pendleton; took the oath Sept. 3, 1755. 

George Frazer, Gent., commission dated Aug. 23, 1755, as Lieutenant of a 
company in the Virginia Regiment; took the oath Dec. 4, 1755. 



ORDER BOOK— 1768-1774. 

George Stubblefield, Gent., commission dated May 9, 1769, Capt. of a 
company of Mititia; took the oath Nov. 6, 1769. 

Henry Johnson, Gent, commission dated May 9, 1769, Lieutenant in the 
Militia of Spots. Co. ; took the oath Nov. 6, 1769. 



128 VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA 

ORDER BOOK— 1774-1782. 

The following proved their right to bounty lands granted by His Majesty 
the King to soldiers serving in defense of the Colony 1755 to 1760, etc.: 

Thomas Collins, Deed., Sergt. and Capt. in Capt. Charles Lewis' com- 
pany of a Virginia Regiment on the frontier, 1755; proved at a Court held for 
Spots. County, Sept. 16, 1779. 

Richard Johnston, Lieutenant in Col. William Byrd's Regiment in Chero- 
kee Expedition in 1760. 

Edward Ludwick (Ludwig or Led wedge) served as a soldier in 1st Vir- 
ginia Regiment, raised for the immediate defense of the Colony in 1756. 

James Richards, served as a soldier in 1st Virginia Regiment, raised for 
immediate defense of the Colony in 1760. 

Ezekiel Richardson served as Drum Major 1st Virginia Regiment, raised 
for immediate defense of the Colony, in 1758, also served as Drum Major in 
Regiment under command of Col. Adam Stephen in the year 1760. 

Stephen Spicer, served as a soldier in the year 1758. 

The above proved their services at a Court held for Spots. County, Apr. 21, 
1780. 

George Stubblefield, Gent., served as a Cadet in the year 1762, in Regi- 
ment under the command of Adam Stephen. 

Proved at a Court held for Spots. County, June 15, 1780. 

At a Court held for Spots. County, February, 1780, the following proved 
their services in the Militia of the Colony, 1755 to 1760, raised for the imme- 
diate defense thereof: 

Edward Foley served as a soldier in 1st Va. Regiment. 
Edward Sutton, soldier. 
William Ross, soldier. 

Charles as Sergt. 

William Tins as soldier. 

William Lampton as soldier. 

Daniel Simpson as Corp. 

Edward Gold as Ensign in Col. Byrd's Regiment. 

Nathaniel Gest (or Gist) deposeth and saith that he served in the office of 
Lieut, in Capt. Christopher Gest's company, raised in 1756, and served until 

the company was and also as a Captain in Col. George Washington's 1st 

Va. Regiment, raised in 1756, continued as Captain until it was dis- 
banded. 

Nathaniel Gest, son and heir of Christopher Gest, deed., deposeth and 
saith that the said Christopher Gest was Captain of a Company of Rangers, 
raised in 1756, for defense of the frontier, and served until the said company 
was discharged in 1756. 

Genl. George Weeden served as a Capt. -Lieut, in 1st Va. Regiment; also 
served as Captain in Col. Adam Stephen's Regiment. 



SPOTSYLVANIA ORDER BOOKS 1 29 

Larkin Chew served as Ensign in Col. William Byrd's 2nd Va. Regiment, 
raised in 1758; served until disbanded, and also served in 1st Va. Regiment as 
a Lieut. , at that time under command of Col. Byrd, served therein until it 
was disbanded. Afterwards entered regiment commanded by Col. Adam 
Stephen and served as Lieutenant until it was disbanded. 

William Dangerfield served as Captain in 1st Va. Regiment till disbanded, 
afterwards in regiment commanded by Col. Adam Stephen. 

Richard Halbe , soldier in Col. Byrd's and Col. Stephen's regiments. 

Robert Saunders, Corp. in Frontier Battalion, 

James Gimb , as soldier in Col. Byrd's regiment. 

John Conner as soldier in Col. Stephen's regiment. 

Richard Br , Serg. in Col. Byrd's Regiment, 1758. 

Ludowick Oneal, as soldier in Col. Byrd's Regiment, 1758. 

Joseph , Serg. 2nd Va. Regiment in 1758. 

Richard F. A , as soldier. 

Francis , as soldier. 

William Tur , as soldier in Byrd's Regiment. 

Richard Reynolds, soldier in Byrd's Regiment. 
Benjamin Turner, deed., soldier in Byrd's Regiment. 

Joseph Bledsoe, Serg. in Va. Regiment, also served as Ensign in 

the er Battalion. 



Hn&ex of Counties. 



Acconiac, 67, 105, 107 
Albemarle, 66, 67, 77 
Amelia, 65, 66 
Augusta, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 

84, 91, 92, 93, 94 
Bedford, 67, 68, 69, 77, 86 
Botetourt, 84, 85, 86, 87 
Brunswick, 69, 70 
Charles City, 95, 103, 105 
Chesterfield, 70, 77 
Culpeper, 58 
Cumberland, 70, 71 
Elizabeth City, 95, 104, 106 
Essex, 71, 95, 96, io6 
Fairfax, 58, 72 
Fauquier, 96, 97 
Fincastle, 79, 87 
Frederick, 71, 72, 78 
Gloucester, 104, 106 
Goochland, 73 
Halifax, 73, 78 
Hanover, 73 
Henrico, 73, 103, 105 
Isle of Wight, 97, 103, 105 
James City, 73, 95, 103, 106 
King George, 74 



King and Queen, 78, 97, 106 
Lancaster, 95, 104, 106 
Lunenberg, 74, 75, 78 
77, 83, Loudoun, 74, 78 
Louisa, 74 

Middlesex, 76, 98, 99, 104, 106 
Nansemond, 76, 103, 105 
New Kent, 76, 104, 106 
Norfolk, 78, 104, 105 
Northampton, 76, 99, 100, 105, 107 
Northumberland, 76, 100, 104, 106- 
Princess Anne, 76, 105 
Prince Edward, 76 
Prince George, 76 
Prince William, 59, 76, 78 
Rappahannock, 100, 104 
Richmond, 100, 106 
Southampton, 76 
Spotsylvania, 76, 122, 123, 124, 125, 

126, 127, 128 
Stafford, 77, 105, 106 
Surry, 76, 101, 102, 103, 105 
Sussex, 76 
Warwick, 103, 106 
Westmoreland, 77, 104, 106 
York, 77, 104, 106 



131 



General Inoe*. 



Abbott, 44, 68 

Aberman, 62 

Abet, 68 

Able, 81 

Abney, 66 

Abston, 68 

Acres, 43, 94 

Acuff, 72 

Acuts, 54 

Adam, 70 

Adams, 25, 40, 48, 54, 69, 72, 75, 
80,92 

Adkins, 10, 24, 63, 79, 102 

Afflick, 115. 

Aggrnue, 87' 

Ahorn, 31 

Alcorn, 39, 48, 68 

Alden, 84 

Aleson, 94 

Alexander, n, 12, 54, 61, 63, 64, 
66, 83, 84, 88, 92 

Alfort, 72 

Algier, 62 

Allan, 92, 116, 117, 119, 123 

Allbury, 113, 116, 119 

Allen, 53, 63, 64, 66, 71, 7a, 75, 
89, 99, 102, in, 113, 124 

Allerton, 104, 106 

Allison, 64 

Alsbury, 85 

Also, 102 

Alston, 67 

Alsup, 48 

Amontrout, 62 

Amos, 12 

Amox, 77 

Anderson, 11, 17, 21, 41, 44, 60, 
62, 63, 64, 65, 67, 68, 69, 71, 
75. 81, 91, 92. 

Andrews, 67, 84, 99, 100, 102 

Annet, 42 

Anon, 63 
Anthony, 51, 67 
Apling, 66 

Applewaite, 97 

Arbuckle, 15, 77, 88, 89 

Arbuthnott, 33 

Archer. 60, 91, 103 

Ard, 86 

Armistead, 95, 98, 104, 106 

Armstrong, 33, 41, 47, 60, 62, 63, 

65, 77, 85, 87, 91, 92 
Arnold, 23, 66, 84, 88, 97 
Arrens, 114 
Arrenton, 68 
Arsdale, 114, 117, 119 
Arthington, 69 
Arthur, 69, 85 
Ashby, 96 
Asher, 73 
Ashley, 75 
Ashworth, 74 
Askins, 94 
Astle, 79 
Aston, 95 
Athier, 75 
Atkins, 32, 75, 79 
Austin, 21, 54, 102 
Avery, 36, 98 
Avis, 29 
Awbrey, 72 
Ayres, 19 

B 
Babit, 79 
Bacon, 50, 55 
Bage, 101 

Bailey (Baily), 45, 71, 80, 97, 109, 
112, 113, 115, 117, 118 



Baisley, 97 

Baker, 15, 20, 69, 70, 77, 87, 88, 
102, 105, 113, 116, 117, 119, 
120 

Baldock, 16 

Baldwin, 65 

Ball, 97, 104, 106 

Ballard, 66, 103, 106 

Ballenger, 70 

Bailer, 12 

Baltimore, 46 

Bambridge, 84 

Banger, 71 

Banks, 38 

Banton, 38 

Balber, 99, 100 

Barclay, 64 

Bardin, 74 

Berefoot, 22, 102 

Barham, 103 

Barker, 45, 49, 69, 70, 101, 102 

Barkins, 91 

Barkley (Barkly), 84, 93 

Barler, 58 

Barlow, 27 

Barnes, 34, 101, 116 

Barnet (Barnett), 47, 70 

Barney, 92 

Barr, 59 

Barret (Barrett), 29, 35, 86, 109, 

114, 117, 119 
Barrow, 62 
Bartee, 53 
Bartlett, 101 
Barton, 59, 85 
Barwick, 99 
Basdel, 88 
Baskine, 62 
Bassett, 106 
Batcheldor, 98 
Bates, 77 
Battaley, 122, 123 
Battle, 101, 102 
Batty, in 
Batson, 59, 115, 117 
Baughan, 10 
Baughman, 57 
Baxter, 58, 112, 118 
Bayley (Baily), 102, 103, 107, m 
Baylis, 59, 78 
Baynes, 109 
Beaker, 94 
Beale, 52, 100 
Beamont, 99, 102 
Bean, 94 
Beans, 92 
Beard, 101 
Beardmore, 52 
Beason, 93 
Becknel, 67 
Beeler (Beelor), 44, 45 
Beighton, 102 
Belche, 62 
Belford, 104 

Bell, 61, 62, 63, 72, 75, 78, 80, 92, 
96, 97. 99, 113, 116, 119, 120 
125. 
Bellew, 87 
Bendall, 99 
Beniger, 61 
Benn, 75 

Bennett, 71, 96, 102, 114, 117, 119 
Benning, 68 
Benninger, 60 
Benson, 93 

Beutley (Bently), 36, 78, 101 
Beret, 63 
Bergman, 97, 83 
Berkeley (Berkley), 11, 58 
Berlane, 64 

133 



Bernard, 52 

Berry, 59, 70, 75, 77 

Berryman, 102 

Best, 51 

Bethel, 54 

Betty, 92 

Beverley, 104, 106 

Bewtoole, 71 

Beyans, 114 

Bibb, 21, 37 

Bickley, 54, 74 

Biddlecome, 112, 116, 117, 119 

Biggs, 66 

Billot, 119 

Bingaman, 60, 62 

Binns, 101 

Bird, 112 

Bires, 94 

Bishop, 82, 98, no, 119 

Bisnor, 114 

Bist, 65 

Black, 29, 56, 60, 61, 62, .63, 9» 
113, 116, 119 

Blackborne, 101 

Blackburn, 19, 72, 87 

Blackford, 88 

Blackwell, 96, 97 

Blackwood, 60, 63 

Blagge, 15, 32, 39, 49, 55, 120 
121 

Blair, 34, 62, 64, 84, 89, 91 

Blakey, 99 

Blanchet, 65 

Bland, 59, 76 

Blankenship, 37, 43, 77 

Blanks, 74 

Blanton, 26 

Blaze, 98 

Bledsoe, 23, 122, 124, 125, 126, 

129 
Blesly, 80 
Blevins, 73 
Blewford, 38, 99 
Blith, 101 
Blor, 61 
Blow, 101 
Blunkall, 32 
Blunt, 102 
Board, 45, 68 
Boatman, 97 
Boden, 97 
Bogard, 87 
Boggess, 58 
Boh, 80 
Boldin, 74 
Boles, 80 
Boiling, 59, 78 
Bolton, 40, no, 113, 116, 119 
Bombgarden, 113 
Bombgarduer, no, 113, 117, no 
Bond, 78 
Boniface, 85 
Bonny, no 
Boodle, 98 
Booge, 86 
Booker, 104 
Booky, 102 
Booth, 17, 103 
Botson. in 
Botters, 64 
Boughman, 85 
Boulware, 34 
Bouman, 105 
Bouquet, 17, 34 , 45 
Bouyiis, 78 
Bowan, 83 
Bowen, 38, 63, 79, 82 
Bowens, 62 
Bowin, 60 
Bowles, 32 42, 85 



*34 



GENERAL INDEX 



Bowling, 72 

Bowman, 58, ill, 115, 117, 118 

Bowne, 63 

Boworn, 58 

Bowyer, 50, 55, 88 

Boyd, 61 , 78, 85, 86, 92, 113, 116, 

119 
Boyer, S5 
Boyle, 91 
Boyls, 84 
Boyne, 61 
Bozel, 86 
Bracken, 86, 89 
Brackenridge, 64, 66, 77 
Bradberry, 13 
Braddock, 14, 29 
Bradford, 27 
Bradley, 70. 7>> 84, 87 
Bradshaw, 62 
Bradshay, 94 
Bragg, 97 
Brakin, 89 
Bramlett, 67, 68 
Branham, 21, 23 
Brannan, 50, 55 
Branstead, 82 
Branstone, 50 
Brasfield, 66 
Bratchy, 67 
Bratton, 61 
Bray, 75, 104 
Breakinred, 92 
Breckenridge, 35, 52 
Breden, 84 
Breeze, 81 
Brenton, 67 
Brereton, 100, 104 
Brewer, 70, 99 
Brickner, 113, 116, 119 
Bridge, 36 
Bridger,97, 103, 105 
Bridges, 58, 104 
Bridgetts, 43 
Brierly, 99 
Bries, 95 

Briggs, 61, 69, 93, 102 
Bright, 38, 68, 69 
Bristow 99, 114, 117. 119 
Brock, 21, 56, 78, 93- 123, 126, 127 
Brockenbrough, 100, 120 
Broil, 71 
Brorafield, 104 
Bromlet, 69 
Bromley, 20. 49, 55 
Bronaugh(Bronough), 108, 109, 

112, 115, 120 
Bronstetter, 80 
Brook (Brooke), 9, 83, 115, 125 
Brooks, 87, 98, 115, 118 
Broughton, 110, 114, 117, 119 
Brown, 18, 27, 47, 54, 57. 58, 60, 

63, 66, 6^, 69, 70, 79, 81, 82, 

83, 84, 85, 88, 92, 93, 94, 100, 

101, 102, 103, hi, 113, 115, 

117, n8 
Browning, 58, 71 
Brownlee, 92 

Brumley (Brumly), 32, 81, 82 
Brumm, 99 
Brummell, 99 
Brundige, 84 
Bruton, 101 

Bryan, 66, 68, b9, 70, 77, in 
Bryans, 63, 65, 85 
Bryant, 67, 86 
Buchanan, 44, 48, 49. 54, 59. 60. 

64,84,91,92 
Buckles, 44 
Buckley, 21 
Buckner, 9, 25, 29, 33, 39, 106, 

120, 121 
Buckus, 72 

Buford, 31, 40, 86, 88, 89 
Billiard, 22, 24, 124 
Bullett (Bullitt), 37, 42, 108, 109, 

115, 120, 121 



Bullock, 29 

Bumpass, 67 

Bunch, 86 

Bunnell, 102 

Bunshell, 80 

Buntons, 64 

Burcks, 85 

Burd, 93 

Burgess, 66 

Burgh, 66 

Burk, 58, 61, 79, 87, 94, 112, 114, 

116, 119, 120 
Burke, 13, 86 
Burkem, 72 
Burks, 68, 69 
Burley, 93 
Burnes, 85 
Burnett, 16 

Burney, 112, 116, 117, 119 
Burnham, 104 
Burnley, 68 
Burns, 113, 117, 119 
Burnside (Burnsides), 64, 85 
Burny, 84 
Burras, 117 
Burrell, 104 
Burrens, 86 
Burris, 114, 117, 120 
Burson, 59 
Burtchfield, 85 
Burton, 34, 43, 65, 112, 115, 118 
Busby, 101, 102 
Bush, 69, 70, 83 
Bustar, 82 
Butler, 83, 84 
Butts, 76 
Butterworth, 68 
Buyers, 64 
Byarly, 113, 119 
Byneham, 101 
Byrd, 10, 11, 12, «6, 28, 81, 103, 

105, 128 
Byrne, 59, 85 



Cage, 44 

Caghey, 63 

Cahell (Cahill), 112, 119 

Cain, 64, 93 

Cairns, 119 

Caldwell, 67, 74, 75, 77, 92, 93 

Callaway, 67, 69, 73, 87 

Calton, 70 

Calvin, 72 

Gamble, 62, 79, 91, 92, 93, 94 

Cammack (Cammock), 117, 119 

Camp, 15, 23, 72 

Campbell, 12, 17, 20, 39, 60, 61, 
62, 63, 66, 68, 69, 74, 77, 80, 
82, 86, 88, 89, 113, n6, 117, 



no, 120 
ladv 



Canady, 85, 87, 115 

Cannaird, 59 

Cannon, 66 

Cant, 98 

Cantley, 64 

Caperton, 85 

Capliner, 62 

Capshaw, 115 

Care, 71 

Cares, 94 

Carey, 98 

Cargill, 74, 75 

Cargon, 65 

Carl, 92 

Carlile (Carlyle), 57, 63, 70, 115 

Carmack, 87 

Games, no 

Carney, 85 

Carothers, 65 

Carpenter, 17, 29, 58, 85, 88, 101, 

124 
Carr, 36, 61, 64, 65, 72, 80 
Carrigan, 17 
Carroll, 72, 93, in, 115, 118 



Carson, 69, in, 115, 118 
Carter, 35, 59, 66, 69, 74, 75, 86, 

95, 97. 99, 104, 106, 107, 113, 

116, 119, 120, 123, 126 
Carther, 87 
Cartie, 67 
Cartmill, 65 
Cartwright, 59, 72 
Caruthers, 94 
Carvin, 48, 65 
Carwin, 77 
Cary, 18, 35, 79, 106 
Casady, 14 
Case, 92 
Casey, 69, 87 
Cash, 67 
Cashaday, 63 
Cashiah, 68 
Cass, 94 
Casse, 103 
Cason, 78 
Casterson, 115 
Casterton, 118 
Castle, 61 
Cathey, 92 
Catlett, 106 
Catron, 80 
Cattes (Cats), 80 
Cavanpugh, 9 
Cave, 26, 58, 122 
Cavon, 60 
Cellars, 116 
Cenney, 64 
Chaddock, 116, 118 
Chadwick, 112 
Chalmor, 67, 68 
Chamberlain (Chamberlayne), 

59, 103 
Chamberlyne, 36 
Chambers, 92, ior 
Champ, 80 
Charapain, 71 
Chandler, 69 
Chape, 119 
Chaplain, 117 
Chapline, 88 
Chapman, 20, 109, 112, 116, 117, 

118, 119 
Charlton, 99, 100 
Cheatham, 65 
Chelton, 99 
Chew, 27, 29, 42, 122, 125, 127, 

129 
Chewning. 99 
Chick, 57 
Ghilders, 73 
Childre, 66 
Chilton, 59, 96 
Chism (Chisum), 42, 70, 83 
Choat, 68 
Christian, 19, 39, 48, 53, 54, 60, 

61, 77, 88, 89, 92 
Christy, n 
Chumley, 65 
Churchill, 96, 98 
Cincaid, no 
Cissel, 22 
Claiton, 49, 55 
Clapham, 72 
Clark (Clarke), 18, 23, 37, 60, 

63, 65, 86, 88, 93, 94, 98, 101, 

102, 103, 112, 115, 118 
Clarkson, 31, 57 
Clary, 103 
Clay, 66, 89 
Claypole, 72 
Cleeke, 64 
Cleet, 21 
Clemens, 93 
Clement, 61 

Clements, 25, 103, 114, 117, 120 
Clendenin (Clendinin), 64, 79, 

90 
Clerk, 63, 64, 87 
Cliften (Clifton), 79, 85, 96 
CHnding, 86 



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Cliudiiiniug, 69 

Cloud, 62 

Clowdes, 97 

Cloyd, 65 

Cloyne, 80 

Coal, 94 

Cochran, 48, 84 

Cock (Cocke), 98, 102, 120, 121 

Cockerham, 101, 102 

Codare, 53 

Codd, 100 

Coffland, n 1 

Cogh, 64 

Coiler, 84 

Coin, 113, 116, 119 

Coker, 74 

Coldwell, 68 

Cole, 103 

Coleman, 26, 75, no, 112, 116, 

118, 125 
Coler, 62 
Colley, 62 

Collier, 42, 69, 70, 77, 97, 101 
Collin, 71 

Collins, 51, 78, 85, 123, 128 
Colquhond, 10 
Colson, 72, 74 
Colston, 71 
Colter, 64, 65 
Colvin, 45 
Comer, 75 
Comerby, 112 
Combs, 71 
Commack, no 
Conaly, 71 
Condon, 87 
Coudrow, 66 
Conigham, 92 
Connally, 70 
Conner, 40, 117, 129 
Connor, 23, 39, 84 
Constantine, 86 
Conway, 60, 77, 96, 110, 114, 117, 

120 
Cook (Cooke), 66, 70, 72, 83, 85, 

86, 91, 93, 102, 103 
Cooper, 22, 27, 50, 55, 58, 67, 72, 

75, 81, 82, 86, 90 
Coonrod, 60 
Copland, 109 
Coppage, 59 
Copper, 61 
Corbin, 95, 98 
Corder, 70 
Coreham, 59 
Cormick, 88 
Cornet, 60 
Cornish, 103 
Cornwell, 59, 85 
Corser, 69 
Cosby, 29, 35, 60 
Cosier, 94 
Costerton, in 
Cotrell, 66 

Cotten (Cotton), 91, 102 
Cottrell (Cottrill), 72, 98 
Couch, 62 
Couden, 60 
Counsel, 52 
Courser, 91 
Courtney, 78 
Covington, 96 
Cowan, 88 
Coward, 89 
Cowdown, 64 
Cowen (Cowin), 66, 92 
Cowood, 103 
Cowper, 35, 106 
Coyl (Coyle), 81, 112, 119 
Cox, 34, 41, 49, 55, 65, 69, 71, 73, 

77, 109, in, 115, 118 
Crabtree, 69, 83 
Craddock, 32, 65 
Craford (Crafford), 82, 83, 84, 

91, 102 
Craig, 61, 62, 63, 64, 85, 86, 91, 92 



Craick (Craik), 51, 108, 109, 115, 

121 
Crain, 86 

Crane, 124, 126, 127 
Cranes, 112 
Cranke, 99 
Craske, 100 
Craven, 94 
Cravens, 60, 82, 83 
Crawford, 66, 77, 80 
Crawley, 84 
Cray ton, 17 
Creagh, 36 

Creed (Creede), 85, 101 
Cremore, 50 
Crevens, 63 
Crews, 51, 102 
Crisman, 81 
Crispe, 99 
Crittenden, 124 
Crocket (Crockett), 47, 59, 63, 

69,93 
Croford, 63 
Croley, 73, 85 
Crosby, 62 
Cross, 51, 71 
Crosthwait, 12, 41 
Crouch, 59, 102 
Croucher, 18 
Crow, 25, 88 
Crump, 65, 76 
Crupper, 59 
Cull, 63 
Culpeper, 65 
Culton, 64 
Culwell, 87 
Cumberland, 93 
Cummins (Cummings), 10, 84 
Cumpton, 65 
Cundiff, 86, 89 
Cunningham, 60, 6i, 62, 63, 64, 

75, 84, 86, 94, 121, 125, 127 
Cunrod, 61, 62 
Current, 86 
Currey, 63 

Curtis, 76, 98, 123, 126 
Custer, 86 
Custis, 67, 105, 107 
Cutlip, 86 

r> 

Dailey (Daily), 114, 117 
Dangerfield (Daingerfield), n, 

20, 27, 95, 120, 121, 129 
Dale, 86, 104 
Dailey, 50 

Dallowe (Dallow), 113, 117 
Dalton, 22, 56 
Dalway, 9 
Daly, 120 
Dandridge, 107 
Dandy, 75 

Daniel (Dauiell), 46, 98 
Danniston, 91 
Darby, 75 
Darke, 44 
Darnell, 78 
Darns, 72 
Dastforan, 38 
Doughtery, 75 
Daughton, 98 
Doulton, 74 
Daunn, 68 
Davice, 66, 65 
Davidson, 64, 93 
Davies, 54, 63, 93, 102 
Davis, 10, 27, 49, 50, 54, 59, 61, 62, 

63, 65, 66, 69, 72, 75, 83, 84, 

85, 86, 87, 88, 93, 94, 98, 102, 

103, 117 
Davison, 63, 92 
Daws, 68 
Dawson, 11, 59 
Day, 71, 86 
Deadman, 117 
Deal, 86 



Dean, 78, 112, 116, 117, 118, 120 

Dearon, 94 

Deberry, 102 

Deek, 83 

Deerkin, 102 

Degell, 71 

Degranch, 74 

Dehority, 87 

Dekizer, 120 

Delancy, 58 

Delke, 101 

Demonse, 85 

Demovill, 58 

Dempsey, 14 

Deniston, 85 

Dennis, 101, 102 

Dent, 124 

Denton, 70 

Deprest, 66 

Dew, 63 

Dewey, 114 

Deweny, in 

Dice, 62 

Dick, 33 

Dickenson, 12, 60 

Dickerson, 29, 43 

Dickey, 61, 92 

Dickinson, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 25, 

43, 74, 89 
Dickison, 88 
Dickson, 55, 72, 75 
Dictum, 93 
Dier, 65 
Digby, 102 
Dilenham, 69 
Dillard, 73 
Dillingham, 75 
Dingos, 79 

Dinwiddie, 17, 41, 109 
Diver, 61, 80 
Dixon, 76 
Dixton, 62, 68 

Doack (Doake), 79, So, 83, 92 
Dobin, 93 
Dobbins, 70 
Dobler, 80 
Doconly, 98 
Doctor, 72 
Dodd, 85 
Dode, 75 
Dodson, 99 
Doggett, 44, 70 
Doherty, 75, 86 
Dohorty, 82 
Dollarhide, 79 
Dolling, 102 
Donahough, 119 
Donaldson, 72, 79 
Donally, 85, 86 
Donaphan, 100 
Donlap, 63 

Donelson (Donnelson), 10, 81 
Donnelly, 20, 77 
Donoho, 87, 91, 116 
Dooley (Dolly), 20, 77, 86 
Doran, 88, 109 
Doreus, 63 
Dorker, 99 
Doss, 87 
Dougherty, 94 
Doughy, 115 
Douglas, 52, 80, 82, 99 
Douuaway, 13 
Dowell, 59 
Dowman, 100 
Downing, 99 
Downs, 63 
Downy, 79, 80 
Doyle, 59 
Draper, 89, 94, 101 
Draxeller, 113 
Draxter, 119 
Dreden, 94 

Drew (Drewe), 95, ior, 103 
Dring, 98 
Driver, 60 



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GENERAL INDEX 



Druggers, 40 

Drummon, 75 

Ducart, 92 

Duckworth, 72 

Dudgeon, 74 

Dudley, 98, 99, 106 

Duerdine, 98 

Duerson, 123 

Duke, 106 

Dulin, 85 

Duly, 69 

Dun (Dunn), 57, 85, 113 

Dunahough, 113 

Dunbar, 33 

Duncan, 12, 71, 97 

Duucanson, 121, 126 

Dunckleberry, 63, 93 

Dunfield, 103 

Dunham, 93 

Dunkin, 81 

Dunkle, 62 

Dunlap, 18, 91 

Dunlevy, 72 

Dunlop, 47, 60, 64 

Duninore, 10, 35 

Duphy, 118 

Dubin, 73 

Durham, 45, 112, 116, 118, 119 

Durphy, 111 

Dutton, 80, 82 

Dyche, 91 

Dyer, 62, 78, 86 

lED 

Eager, 84 

Ealey, 11, 40 

Earhart, 61 

Earles, 53 

Earley (Early), 6?, 67, 6S 

Easley, 39 

East, 75 

Eastham, 90 

Eaton, 58 

Eberman, 62 

Ecken, 91 

Edgecock, 99 

Edger, 85 

Edlington, 46 

Edmestan (Edmeston, Edniis- 

ton), 60, 64, 65, 91 
Edmonds, 96, 97 
Edmondson, 39 
Edmoston, 92 
Edmundson, 96 
Edwards, 35, 39, 44, 59. 67, 70, 

73, 78, 82, 83, 101, 102, 123 
Effluck, 112 
Egins, 85 
Ehrmantrout, 37 
Eister, 62 
Eken, 91 
Elam, 74 
Elate, 65 
Elimus, 72 
Elkin, 73 
Ellenburgh, 85 
EHias. 86 
Eliot (Elliott), 11, 17,50, 61, 63, 

85, 112, 116, 118 
Ellis, 14, 47, 66, 75, 98, 101, 102, 

103 
Ellison, 53, 85, 87 
Else, 99 
Ellzey, 58 
Ely, 97, 101 
Eowling, 72 

Epes (Eppes), 14, 16, 95, 107 
Erhart, 61 
Ernest, 114, 117, 119 
Ervin, 62 
Erwine, 91 
Essell, 101, 102 
Essleet, 118 
Estes, 126 
Estil, 85 



Estis, 66, 76 

Estle, 10, 16 

Eustace, 32, 40, 55, 96, 120 

Eval, 94 

Evans (Evens), 10, 13, 29, 61, 

62, 64, 86, ioi, no, 114, 116, 

119 
Evington, 18 
Evins, 63, 84, 91, 94 
Ewing, 79, 80, 84, 86 
Ewings, 71 



Fain, 87 

Fair, 67, 68, 69 

Falling, 78 

Farah, 26 

Fargison, 86 

Fans, 46 

Farley, 65, 66 

Farmer, 20, 78, 85, 101, 114, 117, 

119 
Farrar, 36, 77, 103 
Farrell, 61 
Farrer, 74 
Farrow, 59 
Fauntleroy, 100, 124 
Fauquier, 40 
Fauster, 74 
Faver, 71 
Featon, 119 
Feavil, 83 
Fellows, 102 
Felps, 102 
Fennell, 70 
Ferguson, 65, 66, 88, 112, 113, 

112, 116, 117, 118, 119 
Ferrell, 62 

Ferrill, 81, 87 

Fie, 62 

Field, 40, 42, 58, 70, 88, 89, 105, 

113, 119, 122, 125 
Fielder, 59, 87 
Fielding, 32 

Fields, 24, 29, 86, 88, 116 

Fienquay, 87 

Figgus, 102 

Filbrick, 77 

Finch, 26 

Findley, 87 

Finley, 63, 64, 91, 103 

Finey (Finney, Finnie), 51, 63, 

94 
Fishback, 59 

Fisher, 10, 56, 58, 85, 93, in 
Fitzgerald, 16 
Fitzjarrell, 15 
Fitzhugh, 87 
Fitzpatrick, 65 
Fiveash, 102 
Flake, 102 
Flanders, 32 
Fleete, 95 
Flemin, 62 
Fleming, 9, 12, 17, 21, 26, 39, 72, 

88, 89, 101, 120, 121 
Fleshman, 71 
Fletcher, 43 
Flin, 74 
Flintham, 82 
Flipping, 86 
Floid, 59 
Flood, 101 
Flower, 94 
Floyd, 25 
Foard, 59 
Foley, 30, 96, 128 
Follas, 78 

Forbes, 14, 15, 34, 42, 98 
Forbush, 102 
Ford, 32, 63, 65, 101, no, 112, 

117, 118, 119 
Fordice, 92 
Foreman, 101 
Forster, 65 
Forver, 103 



Foster, 18, 28, 30, 49, 66, 70, 101, 

106, in, 112, 118 
Fouracres, 26 
Fowle, 99 
Fowler, 9, 10, n, 61, 62, 63, 66, 

70, 82, 83, 92, no, 112, 116, 

117, 118 
Fox, 24, 31, 36, 37, 41, 45, 47, 104, 

no 
Fragoe, 99 
Frame, 92 

Francis, 9, 48, 49, 91, 103 
Frank, 61, 119 
Franklin (Franklyn), 84, 85, 

88, no, in, 122 
Franks, 113, 116 
Frazer, 87, 120, 126, 127 
Frazier, 62, 70 
Fream, 49, 55 
Freeland, 88 

Freeman, 37, 59, 66, 69, 70 
Frees, 61 
French, 19 
Friend, 60 
Frill, 72 

Frogg (Frog), 59, 90 
Fry, 13, 33, 35, 58, 79, 84, 108, 

109 
Fudge, 62 

Fulham, 112, 116, 117, 119 
Full, 61, 62 
Fullam, 72 

Fullen (Fullin), 80, 82, 84 
Fuller, 67 
Fuls, 84 
Fulse, 62 
Fulton, 12, 92 
Furnace, 41 
Funkhowser, 113 
Furbush, 92 
Furrill, 99 
Futrill, 101 
Fuqua, 68, 77 

Gabriell, 99 

Gaines, 23, 58, 104 

Galbreath, 10 

Gallahour, 114, 117, 119 

Gallaw, 64 

Gallaway, 60, 68, 69, 73, 119 

Gallihon, 117 

Galloway, 14, no, 113, 116 

Gambill, 58 

Gamble, 61 

Gamer, 59 

Garcer, 79 

Gardiner, 99 

Gardner, 59, 86, 114 

Garner, 96, 97, 102 

Garnett, 96 

Garrett, 35, 71, 88 

Gass, 66 

Gatewood, 19, 109, no, in, 112, 

115, 118, 123 
Gatleph, 79 
Gatlive, 65 
Gaudilock, 66 
Gaughagall, 94 
Gaulding, 30 
Gaultney, 70 
Gause, in, 115, 117, 118 
Gay, 60, 64 
Gee, 70 
George, 96 
Gerrard, 113, 116, 119 
Gerty, 89 
Getty, 65 
Gevin, 114 
Gibbons, 114, 117 
Gibbs, 14, in, 115, 118 
Gibson, 14, 23, 31, 59, 61, 63, 68, 

84, 87, 9 6, 97 
Gilbert, 21, 67, 68, 69, 101 
Gilberts, 85 
Gilihan, 80 



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*37 



Gilkeson (Gilkison), 61, 63, 86 

Gill, 51, 84, 93 

Gillespie (Gillespey), 17, 53, 63, 

65, 86, 91 
Gillett, 12, 40 
Gillian, 99 
Gillison, 58 
Gilliss, 87 
Gillum, 101 
Gilmore, 63, 63, 84 
Gilson, 105 
Gimber, 23 
Ginnings, 68 
Gipson, 43, 63, 67 
Gist, 15, 27, 53, hi, 128 
Githings, 66 
Given, 92 
Glascum, 88 
Glass, 75, 85, 87 
Glaves, 82 

Glen, (Glenn), 56, 88 
Gioor, 58 
Glover, 70 
Goare, 98 
Gobell, 113, 119 
Godfrey, 39 
Goff, 78, 87 
Goggan, 58 
Goggins, 71 
Going, 53, 115, 1 18 
Goldman, 20 
Goldsmith, 99, 100 
Goldson, in, 115 
Golledge, 101 
Golman, 89 
Golson, no, 118 
Gooch, 16, 122 

Good(Goode), 74, in, 115, 118 
Goodall, 84 
Gooding, 12 
Goodloe, 98 

Goodman, 21, 56, 61, 62, 66, 102 
Goodrich, 69, 99, 100, 102, 105 
Goodwin, 29, 63, 103, 109, 112, 

116. 118 
Goosberry, 71 

Gordon, 63, 72, 80, 91, 120, 123 
Gore, 78 

Gorman, 109, 112, 116, 118 
Goss, 39 

Gouldman, 87, 104 
Go wen, 117 
Gower, 69 
Gowing, in 
Gragg, 6i, 62 
Graham, 38, 56, 58, 63, 87, 116, 

117 
Grant, 45, 58, 82, 96 
Grantum, 102 
Graves, in, 118 
Gray, 61, 65, 91, 94, 95, 98, 101, 

102 
Grayson, 122 
Greenlee, 91 
Green (Greene), 12, 59, 65, 71, 73, 

93, 102, 122, 123, 125 
Greenlee, 77 
Greenway, 72 
Greer, 62, 66 
Gregory, 75, 77 
Gner, 64 
Grendon, 103 
Greson, 58 

Griffin, 36, 45, 78, 79, 102, 104 
Griffith, 52, 98 
Grigger, 80 
Grigs, 84 
Grigsby, 59, 83 
Grigson, 71 
Grim, 58 
Grimes, 64, 119 
Grimsley, 32 
Grinup, 83 
Grubb, 37, 62 
Grubbs, 66 
Grundy, 68 



Grymes, 58,59, 69, 112 

Guest, 99 

Guffey(Guffy),66, 86 

Guillin, 85 

Guillum, 74 

Guin, 64 

Gullion, 80 

Gun, 61 

Gunn, 10, 12, 13, 21, 26, 36, 37, 

45. 47, 53. 65, 66 
Gunnell, 54 
Gunson, 74 
Gunter, 70 
Gurden, 84 

Guthene (Gutherey), 18, 47 
Gutridge (Gutteridge), 99, 103 
Guy, 99 
Gwathney, 101 
Gwin (Gwinn), 56, 73, no 
Gyly, 97 

Hackley, 98 

Hackworth, 69, 86 

Haggman, 76 

Hagler, 61 

Haile, 67 

Hailes, 70 

Hains, 74, 92 

Hairston, 67, 69 

Haket, 79 

Halbert, 24 

Halcomb, 76 

Hale, 79 

Hales, 102 

Halines, 93 

Hall, 21, 26, 36, 44, 61, 63, 65, 69, 

72, 74, 75. 77. 84, 86, 91, 94, 

120 
Hallaway, 75 
Halliard, 28 
Hallis, 66 
Halloquan, 68 
Haltzley, 119 
Hambleton, 63, 65, 82 
Hamblett, 46, 75 
Hamblin, 74 
Hamby, 78 
Hamer, 61 
Hames, 75 
Hamilton, 55, 60, 62, 63, 64, 65, 

72, 80, 92, in, 113, 115, 116, 

n8, 119, 120 
Hamlin, 74, 103 
Hamm, 66 
Hammock, 66 
Hammon, 85 
Hammond, 89 
Hammons, 75 
Hampton, 59, 72, 78 
Hamrick, 86 
Hamton, 65 
Hanburger, 62 
Hancock, 101 
Handcock, 56, 75 
Handly, 80, 119 
Handy, 68, 69 
Hanee, 87 
Hankins, 74, 75 
Hanna, 92 
Hansburger, 84 
Hansford, 58, 122 
Hansley, 60 
Hanson, 85 
Harbet, 66 
Harbinson, 112, 119 
Harbison, 72 
Harden, 93 
Harderman, 94 
Hardiman, 67 
Hardin, 59, 65, 70, 71, 72 
Harding, 93 
Hardman, 68 
Hardwicke, ior 
Harebottle, 102 
Harfield, 46 
Hargrave, 101 



Hargrove, 70, 98 

Harkless, 124 

Harlan, 88 

Harlow, 17 

Harmon, 84, 86, 87 

Harper, 60, 61, 74 

Harriman, 86 

Harring, 63 

Harrington, 101 

Harris, 13, 28, 29, 41, 65, 66, 67, 

70, 73. 84, 85, 86, 95, 98, 103, 

112, 116 
Harrison, 17, 61, 62, 63, 66, 77, 

87. 89, 93, 96, 97, 102, 105, 

120, 122 
Harroback, 58 
Harrod, 88, 89 
Hart, 101, 103, 117 
Hartwell, 103 
Harwood, 103, 115, 118 
Harworth, 93 
Harvey, 19, 27, 74, 102 
Haslip, 118 
Hastings, 65 
Hatcher, 67, 68 
Hatchill, 74 
Haulcum, 70 
Havener, 62 

Hawkins, 13, 72, 74, 122, 123, 124 
Hawks, 66 
Hawl, 64 
Hawlain, 93 
Haws, 93 
Hay 77 
Hayden, 115 
Hayle, 13 
Haymand, 50 
Hayne, 104 

Haynes, 50, 65, 68, 77, 89 
Hayes, 58, 59, 92 
Hays, 10, 48, 60, 64, 67, 83, yi 
Hayslap, 115, 116 
Hayward, 102 
Hazlip, in, 112 
Head, 57 
Heath, 24, 76, 102 
Hebdon, 17 
Hecks, 63 
Hedden, 84 
Hedge, 38 
Hedrick, 62, 80 
Heland, 35 
Helm, 96 
Helsley, 114 
Hemphill, 63 
Henderson, 19, 60, 61, 63, 68, 75, 

80, 82, 83, 85, 89, 92 
Hendley, 73 
Hendrick, 66 
Hendrix, 85 

Henley (Henly), 8o, 112, 116 
Hennessy, 113, 119 
Henry, 64 
Hensey, 69 
Hensley, 66, 70, 87 
Henson, 66, 67, 68 
Henslie, 49 
Herbert, 87, 88, 89 
Herd, 79 

Herman (Hermon), 63, 65 
Hern, 49 

Herndon, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126 
Herrill, 87 
Herrin, 97 
Herron, 61 
Hewlett, 57 
Heyter, 112 
Hicklin, 56 
Hickman, 17, 20, 25, 28, 41, 89, 

102 
Hicks, 44. 75. 78 
Hidgeocks, 22 
Higgins, 80, 84 
Higgs, 102 
High, 101 
Hight, 75 



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GENERAL INDEX 



Hill, 37, 59. 66, 75, 86, 93, 95, 98, 

101, 103, 105 
Hilliard, 45 
Hilling, 17 
Hinton, 65, 66, 68 
Hipkins, 96 
Hirkam, 94 
Hitchcock, 34, 75 
Hitt, 97 
Hix, 66, 70 
Hodge, 93 
Hodges, 13, 16 
Hoff, 65 
Hoffman, 61 

Hogan, 86,88, no, 1x6, 118 
Hog (Hogg), 10, 14, 15, 18, 30, 

34, 41, 49, 63, 108, X09, in, 

114, 118, 120 
Hogshead, 62, 91 
Holland, 114, 117, 119 
Hoi ley, 50 
Hollis, 114, 116, 120 
Holliway, 87 
Holloway, 34 
Hollsclaw, 97 
Holley (Holly), 55, 87 
Holman, 93 
Holms, 92 
Holston, 87 
Holt, 101, 102 
Holwell, 85 
Home, 122 
Homes, 62, 86 
Hook, 62 
Hooker, 37, 103 
Hooks, 61, 63 
Hooper, 85 
Hopkins, 37, 6o, 63 
Hopper, 71 
Hopton, 80 
Horden, 71 
Horn, 29, 79, 81, no 
Hornberry, 61 
Horniford, 102 
Horsford, 94 
Horsnell, 102 
Horton, 103 
Houlford, ioa 

House, 69, 103, 104, 112, 115, 118 
Houston, no 
Howall, 30 
Howard, 28, 32, 60, 66, 72, 75, 85, 

86, 93, 113, 114, 116, 119 
Howell, 65, 96, 101 
Howie, 75 
Howson, 100 
Hubbard, 22, 120 
Huddon, 91 
Hudgens, 43 
Hudnall, 97 
Hudson, 15, 27, 28, 43, 54, 60, 64, 

65. 73. 75 
Hues, 92 
Huff, 85, 88 
Hufman, 61 
Hugart, 60, 64, 65 
Hugate, 101 

Hughes (Hughs), 12. 15, 18, 19, 
21, 30, 32, 35, 37- 4°, 52, 63, 

66, 67, 71, 72, 77, 89, 121 
Hughey, 87 
Hughstou, 63 

Hulm, 66 

Hulman, 10 

Hume, 98 

Humphries (Humphreys,), 56, 

91. 99- io 3 
Hundley, 85 
Hunnicutt, 102 
Hunt, 69, 74, 101 
Hunter, 64, 66, 67, 93, 95, 98 
Hurt, 65, 66 
Hurst, no 
Huse, 75 
Hushman, 62 
lluson, 102 



Hussey, 72 

Huston, 63, 64, 72, 114 

Hutcherson, 30, 45, 66 

Hutcheson, 34, 49, 53, 55, 63 

Hutchinson, 58 

Hutchison, 58, 86 

Huts, 40 

Hutson, 87 

Hux, 102 

Hyde, 102 

Hyden, 112, 117, 118 

Hyler, 116, 118 

Hynes, 83 

I 
Ingles, 89 
Inglish, 79 
Ingo, 100 
Ingram, 99 
Inman, 102 
Ireson, 71 
Ironmonger, 102 
Irvin (Irvine), 22, 67, 68, 77, 80 
Irwin, 9, 10, n 
Isebell, 25 
Israel, 67 
Isum, 85 

J 

Jack, 71 

Jackman, 97 

Jackson, 56, 66, 68, 69, 70, 72, S4, 
98, 102 

Jacobs, 71, 93 

Jacoby, 71 

James, 71, 96, 109, m 

Jameson, 16, 19, 60, 65, 66, 67, 82 

Janet, 55 

Jarrett, 101 

Jarrott, 75 

Jaquitt, 97 

Jeffreys (Jeffries), 97, 98 

Jenifer, 105 

Jenings, 59, 106 

Jennings, 68, 78, 96 

Jenkins, 19, 26, 38, 61, 63, 72,87, 
no 

Jesse, 124 

Jewitt, 85 

Joames, 118 

Job, 71 

Johns, 84 

Johnson, 26, 29, 30, 34, 35, 40, 
42, 45, 46, 61, 68, 71, 72, 92, 
96, 104, 105, 109, 116, 122, 127 

Johnston, 11, 13, 16, 29, 30, 61, 
67, 71, 80, 92, 93, 97, 109, 112, 
113, 116, 118, 119, 128 

Jolly, 101, 102 

Jones, n, 23, 24, 26, 29, 42, 59, 
63, 65, 68, 69, 71, 72, 74, 78, 
79, 81, 84, 85, 86, 94, 96, 102, 
104, 105, no, in, 112, 115, 
116, 117, 118, 119 

Jordan, 32, 101, 102, no, 114 

Jordon, 61 

Jossey, 103 

Joweter, 92 

Joyce, 102 

Judkins, 101, 102, 103 

jk: 

Kampser, 96 
Kanada, 91 
Kanady, 91 
Kasheday, 84 
Keasey, 75 
Keeling, 35, 75, 104 
Keeny, 63 
Keeneson, 86 
Keer, 86 
Keif, 69 
Kelley, 40 
Keiser, 68 
Keith, 75 

Kelly (Kellev), 16, 63, 70, 85, 
86,94 



Kelse}', 84 

Kemp, 104, 106 

Kemper, 59 

Kenaday, 64 

Kendoll, 105 

Keudrick, 79 

Kenedy (Kennedy), 30, 84, 86, 

in, 118, 121 
Kenner, 59, 96, 106 
Kennon, 70 
Ken not, 86 
Kenton, 89 
Kenty, 19, 26, 31 
Kern, 9 
Kernal, 20 
Kerney, 103 
Kerr, 63, 88 
Kerre, 62 
Kersey, 102 
Key, 20, 59 
Kidd, 75, 99 
Kilbell, 98 
Kilpatrick. 64, 102 
Kindar (Kinder), 80, 83, 94 
Kindler, 62 
Kindred, 102 
King, 15, 24, 62, 64, 80, 83, 87, 

91, 92, 93, 95, 99, 101, 113, 

116, 117, 119, 120 
Kinckeid (Kingkeid), 79, 81, 83 
Kinkade (Kinkaid), 66, 86 
Kinkead, 16, 19, 56 
Kinley, 60 
Kinsel, 62 
Kinsey, 62 
Kinson, 88 
Kinsor, 80 
Kinton, in 
Kirkley, 122 
Kirkum, 77 
Kirkpatrick, 93 
Kirtley, 60, 125 
Kissinger, 85 
Kite, 61, 62 
Kitson, 112 
Knight, 25, 74, 75. ™o 
Knott, 102 

Knowle (Knowles), 116, 119 
Koney, 92 
Knowls, 113 

Iyacy (I,acey), 67, 102 

Jackie, 67 

I<add, 58 

I,aferty, 65 

I,afort, no 

I,aird, 51 

L,aman, 72 

I^anib, 13, 26 

Lambert, 49 

I,ambeth, 46 

Iyammy, 82 

I,ampkin, 97 

Lampton, 22, 128 

Lancaster, 101 

I,andar (gander), 72, 92 

I^ane, 31, 56, 67, 103 

Iyang, 92 

J Y angden (I,aiigdoii), in, 115, 

118 
I,anghorne, 103 
I,anier, 70 
I^ankford, 15 

I^apesley (I^apsly), 64, 84, 94 
I„ard, 62, 89 
L,ark, 75 
I,arken, 84 
Rashly, 83, 102 
I_athar, 101 
I^aton, 58 
I^aughlin, 81 
I y awker, 93 
I Y awn, 60 
I^awrance (Iyawrence), 61, 62, 

86, 87, 97 



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Dawson, 35, 68, 104. 105, 121 

Layne, 69 

Lea, 41 

Leadgerwood, 93 

Lear, 103 

Leather, 51 

Ledbetter, 70 

Lee, 41, 65, 73, 76, 83, 97, 98, 100, 
104, 105, 106, 119 

Leeper, 62, 64, 91, 92 

L,eftwick, 69, 75 

Legat, 65, 72 

Legler, 93 

Le Grand, 18 

Leigh, 106 

Le master, 87 

Lemay, 25 

Lemen, 41 

Leinon, 38 

Lenox, 126 

Leonard, 61, 114, 120 

Lesey, 79 

Lesley (Lesly), 80, 91 

Lester, 78 

Letcher, 20 

Letort, 112, 116, 118 

Lett, 74, 75 

Levil,75 

Levison, 112, 116, 118 

Lewellin (Lewelling), 30, 95, 
103 

Lewis, 10, 12, 13, 17, 18, 28, 34, 
36, 39, 42, 43. 44, 47, 60, 70, 
73, 77, 80, 81, 85, 88, 89, 92, 
104, 107, 108, 109, in, 112, 
114, 115, 117, 118, 119, 120, 
124, 125, 126, 127, 128 

Librough, 79 

Lightfoot, 13, 14, 32, 49- 70, 97- 
104, 122 

Lin, 86 

Linch, 70 

Lindsey (Lindsay), 64, 73 

Link, 78 

Linsey, 71, 72, 75 

Lipscomb, 36 

Little, 60, 62, 96, 98, 99, 102 

L'ttleberry, 102 

Littlepage, 37 

Littleton, 71, 107 

Litton, 79, 81 

Litz, 80 

Liveley, 67 

Lloyall, 99 

Lloyd, 9, 104, 106 

Locard (Lockard), 72, 93 

Lockart, 61, 63, 77 

Lockhart, 50, 55, 86 

Lockett, 66 

Lockridge, 56, 89 

Logan, 64, 65, 84, 92 

Login (Loggins), 21, 78 

Lohil, 99 

Lohone, 16 

Lomak, 120 

London, 68 

Long, 10, 61, 62, 63, 70, 94 

Longdon, 109 

Longest, 22, 23 

Looney, 53, 60, 67, 94 

Loson, 69 

Lotos, 93 

Louchrage, 91 

Love, 60, 84, 85, 88, 89 

Lovett, 17 

Loving, 66 

Low, 59, 65 

Lowery (Lowry), 64, 65, no, 
117, 120 

Lucas, 72, 75, 79, 103 

Luce, 38 

Luck (Lucks), 69, 93 

Lucy, 103 

Ludlow, no, 112, 116, 119 

Ludwell, 101, 106 

Ludwick, 128 



Luney, 87 
Lusk, 60, 64 
Luttrell, 59 
Lyddale, 104 
Lyhnani, 80 
Lyle, 15, 64, 65, 91 
Lyn, 87 
Lynch, 67 
Lynn, 59, 124 
Lyon, 72, 78 
Lyons, 84 

Macalister, 87 

Mackenzie, 58 

Mackey, 68 

Mackie, 68 

Macklure, 63 

Macky, 69 

Maclin, 69 

MacNeill, 11 

Maddox, 74 

Madison, 15, 33, 44 

Magavock, 63 

Magery, 62 

Magill, 72 

Maginnis, 71 

Maid, no, ng 

Major, 97, 113, ii6, 119 

Maland, 58 

Malatte, 113 

Malcom, 61 

Malcomb, 60, no, 117 

Mallett, 36 

Malow, 62 

Mallow, 61 

Manadue, 81 

Mananghan, 94 

Manin, 73 

Mank, 71 

Manley, 68 

Man (Mann), 15, 46, 62, 65, 66, 

85 
Maunm, 70, 75 
Mansell, 101 
Maples, 69 
Mar (Marr), 46, 63 
Markes, 85 
Marchel, 63 
Markham, 76, 119 
Marshall, 59, 96 
Marston, 116 
Martiam, 68 
Martin, 25, 46, 58, 59, 66, 67, 68, 

69, 70, 72, 75, 77, 79- 88, 92, 

94, 97, in, 116, 118 
Masan, 105 
Mase, 65 
Mashaw, 116 

Mason, 47, 72, 94, 104, 105, 106 
Massey, 62, 72, 105 
Masterson, 59 
Mastin, 12 
Maston, 112, 117, 119 
Mathars, 102 
Matthew, 72, 75 
Mathews (Matthews), 27, 36, 

59, 60, 63, 75, 89, 91, 94, 104 
Matthis, 64 
Mattocks, 68 
Mattos, 68 
Mattrom, 104 
Mattrone, 100 
Maupin, 67 
Maurice, 59 
Maury, 73 
Mauzy, 96 
Maxey, 10, 48 

Maxwell, 43, 60, 80, 83, 87, 92 
May, 30, 42, no, in, 114, 117, 

119 
Mayers, 64 
Mays, 45 
McAlheney, 63 
McAnally, 64, 66 
McAnear, 91 



McAnulty, no 

McBride, 84, 86 

McBridge, 63 

McCallhison, 93 

McCalister, 84 

McCann, 39 

McCannon, 112, 116, 117, 119 

McCarney, 60 

McCarty, 34, 81 

McCaslen, 86 

McCauley, 29, 49 

McCay, 60 

McClairn, 93 

McClanahan, 76, 86, 89, 96, 97 

McClannehan, 29, 64 

McClantock, 93 

McClaran, in 

McClehany, 82 

McClellan (McClellen), 69, 77 

McClenachau (McClenahan), 

17, 19, 88 
McClewer, 92 
McClong, 64 
McCloskey, 49, 64 
McClung, 65 
McClure (McClurr), 61, 63, 64, 

84, 94 
McCollister, 48, 86 
McCollom, 64, 65 
McComb (McCome). 62, 64 
McComey, 63 
McConnal, 75 
McCord, 92 
McCorkle, 84 
McCormack, 65, 72, 75, 113 
McCormick, 34, 61 
McCorne, 60 
McCorrel, 93 
McCoutes, 91 

McCowen (McCown), 92, q4 
McCoy, 24, 41, 60, 64, 72, 86, 1 15, 

116 
McCrimer, 71 
McCroseree, 91 
McCroskey, 64 
McCulley (McCully), 65, 112, 

116, 119 
McCullock (McCulough), 90. 

91,92 
McCully, 121 
McCulroy, in 
McCutcheon, 93 
McCutchin, 15 
McCutchison, 64 
McDade, 68 
McDanall, 65 
McDaniel, 58, 69, 7s 
McDavid, 68 
McDonald, 19, 35, 45, 5', 77- s 5^ 

109, 113, 116, 119 
McDonel, 92 

McDowell, 60, 65, 71, 89, 92, 94 
McElhaney, 84 
McElvan, 65 
McEntire, 113 
McFaddin, 16 
McFall, 68 
McFarland, 61, 79 
McFeron, 94 
McFerrin, 65 
McGarey, 63 
McGaugh, 115 
McGavock, 52 
McGeary, 61 
McGee, 84 
McGehee, 12, 21 
McGill, 61 
McGinness, 8s 
McGlahlen, 86 
McGrath, in 
McGregor, 18 
McGregory, 116, 119 
McGroth, 118 
McGuire, 113, 114, 118 
McHenry, 6, 64, 93 
Mclntire, 71, 114, 120 



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McKan, 114 

McKay, 6o, 61, 114, 118 

McKee, 84, 88, 89 

McKendree, 28 

McKenny, 71 

McKensie, 15, 120, 121 

McKinney, 63 

Mcklemare, 63 

McKnab, 94 

McKoy, in, 120 

McKully, 117 

McMahon, 18 

McMillon, 59 

McMullan, 64 

McMulen, 67 

McMullin, 16, 65, 88 

McMurray, 64 

McMurtry, 68 

McMurty, 69 

McNamar, 60 

McNeal (McNeale), 21, 25, 63, 

69, 75, 86 
McNeil (McNeill), 36, 42, 45, 

50, 84, 120, 121 
McNely, 64 
McNess, 74 
McNit, 85 
McPick, 113 
McPike, 116, 117, 119 
McQueen, 71 
McQuire, 117, 119 
McRoberts, 94 
McRonalds, 67 
McRoy, 109 
McRunnals, 67 
McSpedan, 91 
McSwine, 112 
McWhorter, 66 
Mead (Meade), 40, 67, 68, 80, 

83,86 
Meader, 83 
Meadows, 66 
Maks, 72 
Mealore, 94 
Meamack, 72 

Meares (Mears), 112, 116, 118 
Meazle, 102 
Mecrery, 87 
Medley, 63 
Meek, 79 
Meeter, 61 
Megill, 72 
Megary, 61 

Megs (Meggs), 116, 118 
Melcum, 61 
Melliory, 53 
Melton, 19, 31 
Mennis, 50 
Mercer, 29, 33, 49, 108, 109, 113, 

114, 115, 120 
Merchant, 72 
Meredith, 13, 14, 19, 23, 24, 33, 

36, 47, 50, 77 
Mergee, 71 
Merharren, 113 
Merewether (Meriweather), 

74, 101 
Merrett, 101 
Messersmith, 80 
Michall, 120 
Micham, 99 
Middleton, 58, 102 
Mildebarler, 62 
Miles, 94 
Milican, 84 
Miller, 12, 15, 49, 50, 55, 62, 65, 

71, 72, 80, 83, 91, 92, 93, 94, 

96, 97, 99, "4 
Milligan, 54, 65 
Mills, 42, 84 
Millwood, 69, 84 
Milner, 103, 120 
Milton, in, 115, 117, 118 
Minear, 66 
Miner, 83 
Minor, 72, 74, 98, 113, 119, 122 



Minice, 61 

Minter, 61 

Mintor, 60, 61 

Mirick, 102 

Miscampbell, 65 

Mitchell, 22, 58," 60, 64, 65, 67, 

70, 74, 75, 80, 83, 91, 92, 98, 

113, 116, 119 
Mitchum, 68 

Mizle, 102 [82, 91, 96 

Moffet (Moffett, Moffit), 62, 64, 
Monday, 21 
Money, 72 
Monroe, 75 
Mouson, 92 
Montague, 98 
Montgomery, 13, 39, 47, 48, 54, 

63,64, 65, 69, 85, 114, 117, 119 
Moody, 92 

Moon (Moone), 37, 85 
Mooney, 84 
Moonk, 102 
Moor, 63, 80, 84, 92, 93 
Moore, 58, 64, 65, 66, 68, 69, 70, 

73, 74, 75. 81, 90, 91, 107, in 
Moran, 112, 118 
More, 72, 94 
Moreau, 117 

Morehead (Moorhead), 96, 117 
Morgan, 45, 58, 68, 70, 72, 78, 97, 

117, 118 
Morrell, 102 
Morris, 30, 34, 59, 67, 71, 72, 88, 

101, no, in, 115, 118 
Morrison, 67, 104 
Morriss, n 
Morrow, 86 
Morse, 69 

Morton, 18, 20, 73, 74, 76, 100 
Mosby, 70 

Moseley, 28, 70, 73, 98, 106 
Moses, 61 
Moss, 19, 33, 70, 74, 78, no, 116, 

118 
Mothershead, 55 
Mourning, 28 
Moose, 61 
Moyers, 62 

Mulholland, 112, 116, 117, 119 
Mullen, 57 
Mulliear, 10 
Mullin, 79 
Mullins, 67, 99 
Mumford, 36, 45 
Munday, 20, 69 
Mundy, 75 
Mungle, 87 
Munns, 99 

Murfee (Murfey), 58, 73, 78 
Murley, 93 
Murphew, 116 « 

Murphy, 34, 64, 67, 71, no, 113, 

117, 119 
Murray, 17, 59, 64, 84, 88, 89, 99 
Murrell, 57 
Murry, 67 
Murty, 68 

Muse, 19, 108, 109, 114 
Musgrave, 99 
Musgrove, 59 
Mushaw, 117, 119 
Myer, 114, 119 
Myles, 103 
Myres, 88 

Nail, 84, 85 

Nalle, 40, 71, 83 

Nance, 70 

Nap (Napp), no, in, 115, 118 

Napkin, 103 

Nash, 10, 44, 52, 54, 58, 76, 98, 

100, 102 
Nathan, 101 
Nave, 87 
Neal (Neale), 59, 79, 115, 117 



Neavil, 96 

Needles, 98 

Neely, 84, 85 

Neil (Neill),8o, in, 118 

Neilson, 67 

Nelson, 84, 92 

Nevill, 59, 66 

Newall, 59 

Newell, 88 

Newbery (Newberry), 12, 77, 

80 
Newit, 101 
Newland, 58, 82, 87 
Newman, 40, 43, 73, 90 
Newsume, 101 
Newton, 77, 101 
Niccolls, 104 
Nicholas, 61 
Nicholls, 98, 102 
Nicholson, 98, 102, 112 
Nickels, 85 
Nicklas, 79 
Nix, 68 
Nixon, 42, 56 
Noland, 52 
Norman, 59, 99 
Norrell, 75 
Norris, 52, 96, 97 
Norworthy, 105 
Northcut, 39 
Norton, 73, 102 
Norwood, 60 
Nosier, 62 
Nowell, 80 
Nowling, 78 
Nubee, 102 
Nuland, 80 
Null, 62, 83, 84 

o 

O'Daniel, 72 

Oden, 59 

Odle, 71 

O'Docherty, 92 

Offral, 93 

Ogden, in, 115, 118 

Ogilby, 118 

Ogleby, 115 

Oglesby, 32, 68, 69 

Ogullion, 87 

Ohair, 69 

O'Haara, 86 

Oharrou, 79 

Oliver, 28, 97 

Olverson, 79 

Omoone, 103 

O'Neal, 22, 28, 129 

O'Neil, 59 

Orchard, 69 

Ormsby, 44, 85 

Orr, 75 

Orrack, 69 

Osborn (Osborne), 59, 99, 107 

Osbourn, 36 

Overal, 59 

Overstreet, 68, 69, 86 

Overton, 13, 15, 57, 74 

Owen, 36, 68, 84, 86, iot 

Owler, 83, 84 

Owsley, 59, 74, 106 

Ozban, 60 



Pabley, 71 

Packett, 42 

Packwood, 85 

Page, 54, 78, 101, 104, 106, in, 

115. "8 
Pain (Paine), 85, 99 
Paley, 94 
Palmer 104 
Pannell, 71 
Parham, 70, 75 
Parish, 22, 32, 41, 69, 70, 75 
Parke, 71 
Parker, 70, 71 



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141 



Parks, 58 

Parrott, 66 

Parsinger, 17 

Parsons, 59, 69, 74, 99 

Partridge, 101 

Pasfield, 103 

Pate, 69, 74, 99, 104 

Paten (Patten), 61, 86 

Patrick, 63 

Patterson, 11, 61, 62, 64, 67, 91, 

93 1 94 
Pattison, 91 
Patton, 10, 91 
Paty, 68 

Paul, 60, 89, 91, no, 113, ri6, 119 
Paulin, 66, 89 
Pauley, 86 
Pauling, 87 
Paxton, 64, 8o, 82 
Payne, 25, 100 
Payton, 70, 104, 122 
Peachey, n, 12, 15, 21, 28, 32, 

36, 39, 42, 120 
Peacock, 102 
Peake, 59 
Pearcy, 57 
Pearis, 72, 78 
Pearpoint, 61 
Pearson, 112, 116 
Peary (Peery), 61, 84, 93 
Peddington, 101 
Peebles, 70 
Peibles, 95 
Peirce, 102 
Pell, 72 

Pence, 50, 62, 83 
Pendleton, 97, 123, 124, 125, 127 
Peninger, 61 
Penison, 97 
Penix, 13, 31 
Peper, 68 
Perce, 85 
Peregoy, 73 
Peregrin, 85 
Perrin, 25, 75 
Perriss, 74 

Perry, 72, 114, 117, 119 
Perryman, 75 
Person, 66 
Petanger, 72 
Peterfish, 62 
Peters, 39 
Peterson, 60, 61 
Pettit, 97 
Petty, 83, 98 
Petway, 102 

Peyronney, 108, 115, 120 
Peyton, 10 
Phares, 60 
Pharis, 81 
Pharman, 68 
Phelps, 67, 69 
Philby, 75 
Philip, 93, 94 
Philipmayer, 92 
Phillips, 12, 21, 24, 26, 36, 37, 41, 

47, 61, 68, 72, 100, 102, 103, 

122 
Pickett, 20, 58, 96, 97 
Picklns, 61, 91 
Pickle, 73 

Pierce, 40, 59, 71, 78, 79, 104, 117 
Pigg, 18 

Pigot (Piggott), 76, 105 
Pitt, 103 
Pittman, 103 
Plumb, 50 
Plumbly, 50 
Plunkepel, 84 
Plunkett, 64 
Plunketpeter, 58 
Poage, 91 
Poasdell, 36 
Poe, 12, 14, 40, 71 
Pogece, 66 
Pogue, 66 



Pointer, 62 

Pollert, 74 

Pollett, 75 

Polog, 64 

Poison, 72, 108, 109, 115, 120 

Polug, 85 

Poo, 32 

Pooe, 55 

Poole, 75 

Poor (Poore), 69, 112, 119 

Porch, 101 

Porter, 59, 64, 80, 97 

Posey, 26, 53, 90 

Poste, 99 

Potter, 82, 101, 103, 113, 116, 119 

Pottlet, 69 

Poulter, 32 

Pouston, 43 

Powell, 41, 47, 57, 62, 66, 71, 78, 

103, 113, 116, 119 
Powers, 112 
Prater, 69 
Prateer, 67 
Prather, 67 
Prator, 73 

Pratt, 67, 109, 112, 118 
Prentis, 77, 
Presnal, 69 
Presson, 101 
Preston, 9, 10, 12, 13, 38, 44, 60, 

68, 69, 77, 79 
Prewitt, 75 
Price, 35, 39, 58, 72, 79, 81, 87, 

88, 98, 119, 120, 121 
Pricket (Prickett), 72, 79, 81, 93 
Priest, 81, 83 
Pright, 83 
Prince, 88 
Prior, 66 
Prisnull, 65 
Pristuall, 99 

Pritchard, 60, 69, 117, 119 
Proctor, 101, 102 
Props, 61 
Provo, 55 
Pryar, 64 
Pryor, 46, 66, 90 
Pulesson, 102 
Pullen, 56, 114 
Purzins, 64 
Putt, 63, 65 
Puttect, 69 
Pyburn, 68, 69 

Q 

Quail, 94 

Quarles, 67 

Quin (Quinne), 91, 92 



Ragsdale, 43, 67, 68, 75 

Raines, 34 

Rains, 84 

Raley, 92, 96 

Ralston, 62, 91 

Ramsay, 61, 92, 109, 112, 116, 118 

Ramsey, 29, 52, 66, 68, 70, 77, 91 

Randel, 66 

Randolph, 66, 70, 103, 105, 107 

Randols, 65 

Rane, 98 

Ran fro, 94 

Rankin (Rankins), 9, 101 

Ransdale, 97 

Ransom, 106 

Rap, 80 

Ratchford, 117 

Ratcliff, 22, 73 

Ratliff, 19, 23/87 

Ravenscrop, 70 

Rawlins, 68 

Ray, 31, 65, 68, 70, 72, 77, 87 

Raybrun, 34 

Razor, 83 



Reaburne, 46 

Read (Reade), 67, 70, 86 

Reagh, 80 

Reah, 64 

Reams, 66 

Reary, 84 

Reasoner, 36 

Reburn, 62 

Rector, 96 

Reddick, 102, 103 

Rediford, 82 

Reese, 88 

Reeves, 98 

Regan, 59, 101, 102 

Regin, 71 

Reid, 87 

Reiger, 62 

Relsback, 58 

Reed, 63, 64, 89, 92 

Reeson, 93 

Reeves, 32 

Reily, in 

Reity, 65 

Reme (Remi), 61, 62 

Rennick, 60, 91 

Rennold, 23 

Rennolds, 34, 102 

Reno, 59 

Rentfroe, 67, 69 

Rethden, 102 

Reyley, 49 

Reynolds, 14, 24, 99, 129 

Rhodes, 74, 99 

Rice, 24, 52, 59, 66, 71, 72, 73, 99 

Rich, 102 

Richard, 62 

Richards, 78, 128 

Richardson, n, 41, 6S, 69, 80, 

102, 113, 116, 119, 12S 
Richeson, 30, 75 
Richey, 74 
Rickins, 98 
Rickle, 73 
Riddle, 12, 23, 30, 57 
Ridley, 40, 66 

Rigby. 9 

Riley, 43, 46, 69, 87 

Rion, 40 

Risk, 63 

Ritchey, 19 

Ritchie, 32 

Ritson, in 

Rivers, 102 

Roach, 66 

Roan, 95, 127 

Roay, 83 

Roberds, 58 

Roberson, 75 

Roberts, 12, 24, 25, 28, 86, 9S, 

102, 122 
Robertson, 44, 62, 66, 68, 69, 71, 

77, 88, 89, 91, 97, 98 
Robins, 99, 105 
Robinson, 23, 24, 25, 47, 60, 63, 

64, 68, 69, 71, 72, 74, 78, 80, 

85, 89, 92, 94, 98, 104, 113, 

122, 123, 125 
Robison, 85, 87 
Rodwell, 102 
Roe, 9, 16, 116, 118 
Rodgers (Rogers), 22, 58, 64, 

74, 78, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 87, 

100, 101, 112, 113, 116, 117, 

119 
Roland, 94 
Rolestone, 60, 61 
Rollens, 87 
Rollin, 65 
Rollins, 55, 70 
Rolman, 62 
Rolston, 65 
Roote, 42, 53 
Rose, 69, 10 1 
Roseberry, 78 
Ross, 24, 42, 52, 63, 74, 75, 87, 

99. 128 



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Rosser, 41, 67, 69 

Rouse, 38, 58 

Routhwell, 24 

Row (Rowe), 56, it 2, 119 

Rowan, 79 

Rowbottom, 41 

Rowland, 46, 63, 103 

Rowlands, 75 

Rowley, 74 

Roy, 39. 121, 127 

Rucker, 71, 84 

Rudd, 42 

Ruddall, 71 

Ruddle, 87 

Rue, 83 

Rugsbee, iot 

Runee, 102 

Runkle, 62 

Runnals, 69 

Rupart, 114, 117, t 19 

Rush, 38, 62 

Rushea, 40 

Rusk, 64, 93 

Russell, 11, 21, 47, 58, 70, 75, 88, 

89, 92, 97, 100, 121 
Rutherford, 38, 44, 80 
Ryal, 93 
Ryan, 46, 68, 78 

Ryley, 5°. 68 » JI 7 



Sage, 75 

Sallard, 29, 121 

Salley, 64 

Sailing, 66 

Sallis, 17 

Salmon, 78 

Samble, 62 

Sames, 93 

Samples, 87 

Sampson, 23 

Samuel, 20, 25, 109, in, 115, tiR 

Sanders, 24, 32, 75, 88 

Sandford, 99 

Sansome, 21 

Satterwhite, 22, 73 

Saunders, 10, 59, 72, 129 

Savage, 14, 64, 85, 100, 102, 108, 

109, 112, 115, 117, 120 
Sayer, 40, 64 
Sayers, 45, 47, 48, 55, 60, 63, 77, 

87,91 

Scails, 84 

Scarbara (Scarboro) (Scarbor- 
ough), 86, 99, 100, 105, 107 

Searlock, 73 

Schuyler, 52 

Scoggins, 74 

Scott, 12, 15, 18, 30, 35, 43, 49, 61, 
69, 71, 79, 81, 84, 92, 96, 112, 
115, 118, 122 

Scruggs, 67 

Scully, 112, 116, 118 

Scutt, 59 

Seager, 98 

Seales, 73 

Seally, 109 

Seaman, 38 

Seate, 103 

Seaton, 59, 96 

Sedberry, 84 

Seed, 86 

Seirl, 64 

Selby, 83 

Selden, 95 

Self, 25, no, 113, n6, 119 

Seller, 62 

Selser, 71 

Semmon, 20 

Semple, 61 

Sessorms, lor 

Settle, 59 

Severe, 93 

Seward, 76, 101 

Sexton, 69, 70 



Shackleford, 56 

Shaddin, 65 

Shadow, 52 

Shanklin, 61, 63 

Shannon, 62, 63 

Sharp (Sharpe), 31. 53, 82, 83, 

86, 102, 113 
Sharrell, 93 
Sharrle, 93 
Shaver, 61' 

Shaw, 49, 61, 62, 87, 102 
Shelby, 87, 88, 89 
Shell, 80 
Shelley, 102 
Shelp, 88 
Shelton, 66 
Shepard (Sheperd), 78, 94, 98, 

c ., " 
sheppersou, 31, 40 

Sherald, 58 

Sherly, 44 

Sherington, 55 

Sherral, 93 

Sherril, 70 

vShever, 61 

Shield, 77 

Shields, 13, 61, Q2, 93 

Shiflett, 55 

Shill, 61 

Shillinger, 62 

Shingleton, 71 

Shipley, 68, 75 

Shipman, 61 

Shirky, 94 

Shirley, 38, 59, 71 

Shoatt, 87 

Shoemaker, 59, 6fi, 72, 93 

Shore, 58, 72 

Shortridge, 58, 72 

vShowll, 93 

Shropshire, 58 

vShugar, 10 1 

Sidway, 102 

Silf, 21 

Sillivant, 73 

Simkins, 84 

Simnierman, 87 

Simmonds, 58, 116 

Simmons, 67, 68, 73, 10 r, 113, 
119 

Simpson, 22, 51, 63, 70, 84, 97, 
98, 128 

Sims, 19, 52, 70 

Sim son, 58, 59, 85 

Sinclare (Sinclair), 59, 70 

Singleton, 59 

Sitton, 68 

Sitolentown, 64 

Siver (Sivers), 61, 6* 

Skeens, 93 

Skeer, 99 

Skelton, 75 

Skidmore, 61. 88, 89 

Skillern, 52 

Skinner, 112, 118 

Slaughter, 70, 89, too, hi, 115, 
118, 122, 125 

Slayton, 75 

Slinker, 77 

Slodser, 65 

Small, 53 

Smith, 10, 14, 15, 22, 23, 28, 30, 
34, 36, 46, 47, 48, 49, 53, 55, 
59, 60, 61, 62, 65, 66, 67, 68, 
69, 70, 74, 75, 77, 78, 79, 80, 
81, 83, 84, 85, 86, 88, 89, 91, 
94, 95, 97, 9 8 , 99, 100, 101, 
103, 104, 109, no, in, 112, 
115, 116, 117. 118, TT9, 120, 
121 

Smither, 27 

Smithers, 85 

Snodgrass, 64, 65 

Snow, 69, 75 

Soanes, 103 

Sobe, 79 



Southard, 58, 71 

Sowerby, 101, 102 

Sparks, 36 

Spead, 75 

Speak (Speake), 39, 71, 121 

Spear, 93 

Speere, 19 

Spence, 63 

Spencer, 61, 69, 93, 105 

Spenlock, 68 

Spicer (Spiser), 83, 113, 116, 119, 

128 
Spildolph (Sprittdolph), 10S, 

115, 120 
Spilman, 59 
Spitless, 102 
Splane, 59 
Spolden, 66 

Spotswood, 120. 123. 124 
Spragin, 73 
Spratt, 82, 83 
Sprigg, 14 
Springer, 72 
Sproul, 64 
Sprout, 64 
Spurlock, 68 
Squier, 102 
Squires, 86 
Stackhouse, 59 
Stadler, 33 
Stady, 66 
Staffy, 80 
Staily, 80 
Stallions (Stallons), 1 it, ir.s, 

117, 118 
Stamper, 99 
Stamps, 96 
Stanard, 120 
Standley, 28 
Stanley, 12 
Stanton, 48, 125 
Stanwix, 14, 31 
Staples, no 
Stapleton, 9S 
Stark, 120 
Staunton, 20 
Stearman, 72 
Stears, 45 

Stedman, 113, 116, 117 
Steed, 69 

Steel, 61, 63, 64, 77, 82, s 9 , 92 
Steenburger, 120 
Steenson, 64 
Stegge, 95 

Stephen, 9, 11, 15, 32, 35, 46, "4 
Stephens, 32, 58, 59, 74, 79, 80, 

108, 109, I 12, 120 
Stephenson, 51, 61, 62, 64, 71, 72, 

80, 91, 92 
Sterns, 80, 120 
Steuart, 60, 63, 65, 119 
Stevenson, 60, 61, 64, 65 
Steward, 101 
Stewart, 16, 18, 28, 30, 33, 35, 44. 

57, 64, 71, 77, 86, 87, 89, 10S, 

no, in, 113, 114, 115. 118, 

120, 121 
Stiff, 72, 99 
Stiles, 94 
Still, 62 
Stilt, 62 
Stinett, 66 
Stith, 103 
St. I,orrance, So 
Stobo, 108, 109, in, 114, us 
Stockton, 66 
Stoder, 65 
Stokes, 74, 75 

Stone, 68, 98, 104, 114, 117, 120 
Story, 71, 106 
Stoten, 63 
Stradler, 72 
Strange, 75 
Straughan, 95 
Stringer, 99, 105 
Strong, 52 



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Stronsafer, 71 

Strother, 58, 70 

Strugs, 78 

Stuart, 10, 65, 85, 88, 115, 116 

Stubblefield, 15, 127, 128 

Stubbs, 11, 30, 72 

Stull, 88 

Sturd, 73 

Sullivan, 86 

Sullivant, 61 

Sumers (Summers), 29, 72, 98, 

99 
Sunderhn, 91 
Suter, 40 
Sutherland, 65 
Suttle, 59 
Sutton, 21, 99, 128 
Swallow, in, 115, 118 
Swan (Swann), 35, ioi, 103, 105 
Swearengen, 41 
Sweet, 71 
Swindele, 58 
Swiney (Swiuney), 112, 116, 

117, 119 
Swoop, 85 
Syme, 107 
Symms, 78 



Tabb, 95 

Taberer, 103 

Taite, 76 

Talbot (Talbott), 43, 67, 66, 69, 

73 
Taliaferro, 95, 122, 123, 124, 125, 

126 
Tallard, 29 
Talley, 75 
Tanner, 65 
Tanxey, 98 
Tarpley, 100 
Tapp, 58 
Tasker, 94 
Tate, 68, 89 
Tatham, 53 
Tatt, 71, 74 
Tatum, 69, 70 
Taucett, 72 
Tayloe, 14, 100 
Taylor, 30, 35, 43, 46, 59, 65, 68, 

72, 84, 85, 86, 92, 93, 94, 97, 

102, 103, 106, 113, j 16, 119 
Tazeley, 98 
Teasy, 85 
Teater, 57 
Teator, 51 
Tebbs, 59, 76 
Tembed, 98 

Temple, 11, 25. 30, 45, 54 
Tencher, 64 
Tendell, 112 
Terbolt, 77 
Terrence, 87 
Terry, 47, 73, 78 
Thanas. 59 
Thatcher, 78 
Thacker, 98 
Theste, 98 
Thirmau, 69 
Thomas, 41, 58, 65, 66, 68, 69, 

71,72, 74, 86,93, 115. "8 
Thompson, 11, 25, 31, 41, 43, 60, 

63, 64, 65, 67, 68, 73, 75, 79, 

Si, 82, 87, 92, 99, 101, 116, 

120, 121 
Thomson, n, 35, 63, 66, 75, 77, 

"3 

Thornhill, 71 

Thornton, 107, 119, 122, 123, 124 

Thoroughgood, 105 

Thorp (Thorpe), 15, 34, 102, 104 

Throckmorton, 12, 22, 36 

Throgmortou, 21, 46, 55 

Thruston, 71 

Thurston, 55, 117 

Thweat, 75 



Tias, 101 

Tibbs, 75 

Tice, 61, 62 

Tignor, 99 

Tillett, 58 

Tillinsworth, 102 

Til man, 37, 69, 70 

Timberlake, 15 

Timons, 71 

Tinder, 23 

Tines, 97 

Tinker, 6S 

Tin ley, 64 

Tinsley, 48 

Tiplady, 104 

Tiths, 67 

Titus, 116, 119 

Tobit, 63 

Todd, 64, 84, 85 

Tolford, 63 

Tomerlin, 70 

Tomkies, 42 

Tomlin, 100 

Tompkins, 42, 102 

Tooker, 105 

Torney, 87 

Towers, 108, 109, 115 

Towles, 71 

Towns, 69 

Townsend, 46, 72, 75, 9S 

Trader, 61, 62 

Tramble, 93 

Trammell, 59, 72 

Tranton, 111 

Trape, 100 

Travis, 26 

Treadway, 44 

Treat, 87 

Tremble, 60 

Trenfroe, 68 

Trent, 108 

Trigg, 13 

Trimble, 61, 62, 63, 64, 84, 89, 91 

Tnplett, 59, 97 

Triston, 116 

Trotter, 89, 109, 115, 118 

Truman, 18 

Trumble, 93 

Trunk, 68 

Trusler, 62 

Trustou, 113 

Tucker, 87, lot 

Tuley, 64, 66 

Tummens, 71 

Tunstall, 97, 109, 115, 118 

Tunstile, 111 

Turk, 63, 92 

Turner, 24^ 27, 32, 43, 72, 78, 129 

Tm-ley, 58 

Turnley, 51 

Tutt, 71, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126 

Twedey, 69 

Twiddy, 68 

Twiman, 58 

Twopence, 22, 25 

Tyan, 117 

Tye, 95 

Tygert, 39 

Tyler, 33, 96 

Tyrrel (Tyrroll), 113, 116, 120 

Tytus, 113 

XJ 

Umble, 62 
Umphres, 79 
Uuderhill, 112, 116, 118 
Underwood, 28, 70, 92, 97, 100 
Upchurch, 70, 102 
Upshaw, 71, 96 

Vachob, 10 
Vails, 80 

Valendingham, 72 
Van Bibber, 89 



Vaubraam, 10S, 109, 113, 115. 

119 
Van Buskirk, 52 
Vance, 63, 64, 68, 72, 77, 87, 89, 

93 
Vanhook, 79 
Vanimon, 61 
Vanmeter, 72 
Vardeman, 69 
Vaughan, 14, 41, 73 
Vauhob, 63 
Vass, 25, 30 
Vaughn, 75 
Vaun, 86 
Vause, 98 
Vaut, 80 
Venable, 88 
Veneman, 61 
Vernon, 14, 75 
Vincent, 103 
Vivion, 99 

Waday, in 

Waddv (Waddevj, 73, 115, 117, 

118 
Wade, 73, 75, 78 
Wagener, 108 
Wagner, 11 
Wagoner (Waggoner), 62, So, 

109, 115, 118, 120 
Wahreaner, 65 
Wakefield, 66 
Wakelin, 104 
Walden, 26 
Walker, 13, 30, 36, 39, 49, 61, 64, 

65. 69, 77, 79- 80, 84, 91, 93, 

97, 99, 101, 114, 120 
Wall, 58, 70, 71, 102 
Wallace, 66, 84, 93, 124 
Waller, 101, 122, 123, 124, 126, 

127 
Wallis, 101 
Walls, 57 
Walter, 80 
Walters, 114, 120 
Walton, 70 
Wambler, 80 
Ward, 29, 51, 64, 69, 73, 75, 79- 

82, 83, 88, 89, 102, 117, 119 
Wardlaw, 60, 64 
Waring, 95, 96 
Warner, 104 
Warpool, 102 

Warren, 75, 101, 102, 103, 122 
Warrick, 90 
Washbun, 83 
Washburn, 84 
Washington, 10, 12, 13, 19, 22, 

103, 108, 120, 124 
Waters, 105, 107, 117 
VVatkins, 39, 76, 87, 94. 101 
Watson, 15, 58, 75,84 
Wattbroke, 72 
Watts, 36, 48, 57. 6o, 61 , 67 68, 

69, 96, no, 112, 119 
Waugh, 32, 52, 86 
Weatherall, 58 
Weatherby, 99 
Weaver, 58, 80 
Webb, 16, 50, 55, 95 
Webster, 13, 66 
Wedman, 119 
Weeden (Weedon), 31, 42, 120, 

121, 127, 128 
Weekes, 98 
Weir, 66 
Welch (Welsh), 59, 84, 86, 90, 

in, 115, 118 
Weldon, 103 
Wells, 43, 90 
West, n, 58, 66, 93, 99, 104, 105, 

108, 109, 115, 117 
Wetherston, 99 
Whaley, 59, 124 
Wharton, 74 



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Whayne, 45 

Wheeler, 26 

Wheelon, 52 

Wheeler (Wheelor), 37, 101 

Whitaker, 98, 103, 104 

Whitby, 84 

White, 14, 2i, 23, 24,45,62,67, 

72, 75, 85, 86, 93, 97, 99, 102, 
103 

Whitehead, 113, 116, 119 

Whiteing, 104 

Whitesides, 64, 67, 6S, 94 

Whitley, 63 

Whitlock, 57 

Whitman, 112, 119 

Whitten (Whitton), 83, 98 

Whitter, 78 

Whitticor, 87 

Whittington, 105 

Whitworth, 65 

Wiggins, 102 

Wiece, 61 

Wiley, 38, 43, 53, 70, 79, 88 

Wilkerson, 55 

Wilkins, 93 

Wilkinson, 52, 102, 117, 119 

Wilks, 74 

Willey, 63 

Willhoit, 58 

Williams, 15, 39, 63, 65, 66, 72, 

73, 75, 79, 80, 82, 83, 86, 87, 
8S, 92, 96, 98, ior, 103, ur, 
115, 118, 120, 122 



Williamson, 38, 58, 80, "99 

Willing, 93 

Willis, 43, 82, 93, 98, 122, 125 

Willock, 74 

Wills, 51, 97 

Wilmott, 45 

Wilmoth (Wilmouth), 62, 81 

Wilpper, 109 

Wilson (Willson), 59, 60, 61, 62, 

63, 64, 65, 66, 72, 73, 75, 85, 

87, 88, 89, 92, 93, 97, 100, 105, 

106, 109 
Wine, 69 
Wingfield, 71 
Winne, 65 
Winslow, 125, 126 
Wise, 67 
Witherhead, 70 
Witherington, 103 
Withlaw, 64 
Wizer, 61 
Wollin, 73 
Wolves, 101 
Womack, 74, 75 
Wood, 65, 86, 94, 95, 97, 98, 99, 

102 
Woodford, 25, 121 
Wooddie, 68 
Wooding, 73 

Woods, 61, 62, 66, 67, 79, 82, 87 
Woodson, 18, 21 
Woodward, 10, 53, 68, 69, 99, 

120, 121 



Woolley, 99 

Woolsey, 70, 80 

Wooton, 12 

Workman, 86 

Wormeley, 98, 104, 106 

Worsham, 75 

Worshborne, 75 

Wortham, 98 

Wousley, 28 

Wray, 102, 

Wren, 72 

Wright, 46, 51, 55, 58, 65, 68, 71, 

76, 91, 96, 98, 101, 106, 108, 

109, 115, 117, 120 
Wych (Wyche), 76, 102 
Wyser, 53 



Yacome, 65 

Yancy (Yancey), 58, 70, 71 

Yager, 58 

Yarborough, 58, 67 

Yates, 68 

Yeates, 70 

Yedley, 60 

Youell, 104 

Young, 45, 52, 58, 60, 61, 62, 63, 

64, 68, 72, 73, 75, 77, 91, 93. 

94,96 
Younger, 58 



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